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Plane With Engine Fire Makes Emergency Landing In Philly

 Wednesday, April 29, 2015

 NBC New York

Authorities say a plane made an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport after one of its two engines caught fire. One passenger was taken to a hospital after reporting chest pains. Officials say the United Express flight was operated by Republic Airways and had 75 people on board. It was heading from Raleigh, North Carolina, to Newark, New Jersey, but diverted to Philadelphia after the engine caught fire.Stunned passengers said they knew immediately something was wrong.
"You could feel right when it happened," said passenger Everett Cunningham. "You could hear the loud sound, you could feel an initial jolt."

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