The Heathrow emergency landing of an airbus A319 this morning which had an engine cowling blown off and the engine catch fire is eerily reminiscent. I doubt whether "water in the fuel" is a contender for this one.
The aircraft had previously flown from Sola, Norway nr Stavanger. I did a quick search for mystery incidents and came up with this one which has a tell-tale "downdraft" element to it, reminiscent of other mystery crashes. It was trying to land in the Shetland Islands, which is enroute to Heathrow from Norway.
You clearly have no idea what you're talking about and given how others have reacted to your posts, I'm not the only one who thinks this.
You seem to think that contaminated fuel is far fetched, but it's not. Do you know that when Air Force One deploys withe the President that they bring their own fuel with them for this very reason?
I'm done with this troll thread.