A second AirAsia jet ran into trouble after it overshot a runway while landing in the Philippines on Tuesday, forcing those aboard to disembark by emergency slides, a passenger on the plane told NBC News. "There was some turbulence but we didn't expect that landing," Jet Damazo Santos said. There were 159 passengers and crew aboard flight Z2272, officials told The Associated Press. There were not believed to be any injuries from the hard landing on the Philippine island of Kalibo. The incident came hours after debris and bodies found in the Java Sea were confirmed to have come from AirAsia Flight QZ8501, which disappeared from radar on Sunday while flying from Indonesia to Singapore.