- Although it landed safely, video from the ground and sky showed the engine of United Flight 328 on fire.
- A passenger on the plane filmed a video of the engine catching fire and rattling in the air.
- Authorities said no one was injured on the plane or on the ground in the incident.
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Several videos posted on social media on Saturday showed that before the plane landed safely at Denver Airport, United Airlines Flight 328 took off violently when an aircraft caught fire.
The plane was a Boeing 777-200, and it dropped debris, including a piece of debris, on several blocks in Colorado, almost missing someone̵
Authorities said that none of the 231 passengers and 10 crew members of the flight were injured, and no one on the ground was injured.
A video shows the engine rattling unsteadily and being engulfed by flames.
Another video from the driver’s dashboard camera showed the moment the engine exploded in the air, leaving behind a cloud of black smoke.
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The photo after landing showed the coke residue of the engine.
-Marc Salinger (@MarcSallinger) February 20, 2021
The plane took off from Denver International Airport in Colorado to Honolulu, Hawaii. It returned to the airport safely shortly after takeoff.
In another video, the cheers and applause of passengers can be heard after the plane has landed.
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The Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement that the aircraft experienced the correct engine failure after takeoff. Both the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the matter.
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