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Safety Questions Arise Over Grounded United Flight

Investigators wonder if the plane should have taken off in the first place.
01:49 | 07/13/2014

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New question this is morning about the united flight forced to make an emergency landing on a remote island in the middle of the the pacific ocean. Should the plane have taken off in the first place?... See More
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