A debris shower from a United Airlines plane had to turn around after its right engine burned out, crashing into a residential area in Denver, United States on Saturday. We learned from official sources.
Shortly after takeoff from Denver, Colo, passengers on United Airlines Flight UA328 feared for their lives. The right engine is the airport when it suddenly catches fire. .
The plane overturned and landed safely in Denver and no one was injured, the company said, with passengers being taken care of by emergency personnel.
The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said the Boeing 777-220 “made a U-turn to Denver International Airport and landed safely immediately after takeoff, suffering from engine failure on its right.”
Pictures taken inside the plane and posted on social media show the plane’s right engine engulfed in flames.
“I can honestly say I thought I was going to die, because as soon as the explosion happened we started to lose height,” passenger David Delucia told The Denver Post.
“I grabbed my wife’s hand and told her we were done,” he added.
The incident caused more or less large debris to fall on the route taken by the aircraft as it was heading towards Denver.
In the middle of a garden in Broomfield, a suburb of Denver (Colorado), a circle-shaped plane piece with a diameter similar to the front door.
Kirby Clements, the owner of the garden where the majestic wreckage landed from a United Airlines flight, told CNN that it was “a bit more” experience.
“It landed directly before my truck fell to the side,” he said, adding that another equally large debris made a hole more than 1.5 meters in diameter in the roof.
“The wreckage was found in the path taken by the plane,” the FAA said.