NTSB Investigators Examine Damaged Engine of Dallas-bound Southwest Airlines Jet
Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) examine the damage to the engine of a Dallas-bound Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 that was forced to land in Philadelphia on April 17, 2018, when an engine exploded. National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt said a fan blade was missing from the engine assembly, noting that there was evidence of "metal fatigue" where it separated. Jennifer Riordan, a passenger on the flight, died after being partially sucked out of the plane when debris from the damaged engine tore open a window. Photo by NTSB/ UPI
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