Part of the engine fell in the yard of a residential building
The passengers of the airliner videotaped the moment of the ignition of its engine. The board has successfully landed at the airport.
The American city of Bloomfield, Colorado, was strewn with large engine debris from a United Airlines Boeing 777 that had malfunctions during the flight. This was announced on Saturday, February 20, by the TV channel MSNBC.
The footage posted by netizens shows how the engine ignites in the air.
Woah so crazy! One of my friends in Colorado captured these photos of a plane with one of its engines on fire. Officials say the plane did land safely at DIA. Photos by: Carlos Cady-Reheis https://t.co/OBhcVxD3Rs pic.twitter.com/GmnV2Sjewv
– Marissa Armas (@MarissaArmas) February 20, 2021
Holy crap!!! United Airlines plane engine catches fire, spilling debris onto populated area in Colorado.pic.twitter.com/487RMZJ6AT
— Steven Greenstreet (@MiddleOfMayhem) February 20, 2021
After that, parts of the airliner began to fall from the sky onto the streets and courtyards of Bloomfield.
Breaking: Video shows the moments debris from # UA328, a Boeing 777, started falling from the sky over Broomfield, Colorado. The plane landed safely at Denver International Airport. pic.twitter.com/hIWk0vuxF2
— PM Breaking News (@PMBreakingNews) February 20, 2021
At the same time, a large part of the engine fell in the backyard of one of the houses.
LOOK: Plane debris sprinkled the city of Broomfield, Colorado, landing in backyards and public parks.
No injuries reported at this time pic.twitter.com/g6BoYqmtTr
— Bloomberg Quicktake (@Quicktake) February 20, 2021
No casualties have been reported yet.
It is noted that the crew managed to successfully land the plane at the international airport in Denver, from which it had previously taken off.
We will remind, on the eve of the crash of a military aircraft NorthropT-38 Talon in Alabama. Both pilots were killed.
In the USA, the plane sat on the highway and collided with a car
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