Terrified passengers film their Boeing 777 bursting into flames on the runway after emergency landing and watch from INSIDE the plane for five minutes as firefighters battle to put out the flames

*Singapore Airlines flight SQ368 caught on fire at Changi Airport on Monday
*Boeing 7770-300ER forced to land after an 'engine oil warning message'
*Passenger Lee Bee Yee described how she has 'just escaped death'
*After the plane landed the fire was extinguished by emergency crews
*There were no injuries to the 222 passengers and 19 crew on board

A terrified passenger described the alarming moment the wing of their Singapore Airlines plane caught on fire after an emergency landing at Changi Airport.

Lee Bee Yee, 43, wrote in a Facebook post: 'I just escaped death!!!!' and described how those on board were asked to remain on the plane for a 'heart-wrenching' five minutes as fire fighters tried to douse the flames.

The Singapore Airline plane was leaking oil for three hours after take off and had to turn back, said Yee.

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Thank goodness everyone survived.