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Airplane loses engine, debris fall on homes


Sun 21 Feb 2021 | 01:35 PM
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An airplane was forced to make an emergency landing at Denver International Airport after losing one of its engines shortly after taking off on Saturday.

Many metal parts of the airplane were scattered and fell down on homes and yards in a Denver suburb.

https://twitter.com/KieranCain/status/1363223834258780160

In a statement, the Federal Aviation Administration expressed that a Boeing 777-200 safely landed at the Denver International Airport after "experiencing a right-engine failure shortly after takeoff."

https://twitter.com/BroomfieldPD/status/1363227226179661824

The statement added: "The FAA is aware of reports of debris in the vicinity of the airplane's flight path."

In a tweet, the police department in Broomfield said that that it received reports that an airplane is dropping debris on many homes over Denver suburb without reporting any injuries.

https://twitter.com/KieranCain/status/1363224271372320770

The total number of passengers was 241 including 10 crew members. Also, All passengers have safely landed at the airport and the airline is working to transport them through a new flight.