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Federal Aviation Administration officials tell Channel 9 that a plane struck a deer while on departure at Charlotte Douglas International Airport just before noon on Wednesday. FAA officials said that an American Eagle CRJ 700 plane operated by PSA Airlines returned to the airport after declaring an emergency after it apparently struck a deer while taking off. The plane hit the animal while taking off from runway 36 center around 11:45 a.m. From Chopper 9 Skyzoom, the plane could be seen trailing a vapor stream from the right wing as it circled back to land.
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