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Boeing 737-700 (N772SW) - From the RDU observation deck, 12/23/17.
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Boeing 737-700 (N772SW)

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From the RDU observation deck, 12/23/17.

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Gary Schenauer
This is the most recently-posted photo of the SW B737-7xx that just made an emergency landing in Philadelphia after the portside engine failed during a flight to Dallas. Tragically, first reports indicate that one passenger was fatally injured when shrapnel-like parts from the engine came thru a cabin window. Early news reports indicate there were other passengers injured. All the best prayers to all passengers; especially those who were injured ... and deepest condolences to the family of the passenger who was fatally injured.
Savannah FordPhoto Uploader
Yes. Prayers for all involved, and may the passenger rest in peace... that was not an easy ordeal. Prayers and thoughts for the folks at Southwest for them to take prompt action on how and why this occurred and that it may never happen again.
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