Passenger nearly sucked out of airplane window in nightmare emergency landing
Nervous flyers, it's time to take a double dose of Xanax and carefully reconsider vacation options within driving distance. A Southwest Airlines flight from New York to Dallas had to make an emergency landing in Philadelphia after one of its engines exploded, sending shrapnel through a window. One female passenger was injured, and according to a second-hand report of the accident, a passenger was partially pulled through the window opening.
Southwest Flight 1380 from LaGuardia to Dallas Love Field landed at Philadelphia International Airport Tuesday before noon and was immediately surrounded by emergency vehicles. Video from NBC DFW clearly shows a broken window on the engine side.
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