Instant Index: Former President George W. Bush Gets a Partial Knee Replacement

David Muir reveals the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
1:18 | 07/14/14

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Transcript for Instant Index: Former President George W. Bush Gets a Partial Knee Replacement
A Monday night and that white knuckle moment for 313 people on board a flight bound for India. 30 minutes after liftoff from Newark airport, an engine overheated, setting off alarms. The quick thinking pilot shut down the engine and turned the plane around but not before a woman on the ground snapped this picture. The force of the landing blowing out three of the plane's 12 tires. No one was injured. Former president George W. Bush recuperating tonight. We learned today that he had a partial knee replacement on his left knee. You'll remember just seven weeks ago he had the same procedure on his right knee. 719,000 Americans have knee replacement surgery every year. The last time the president said he was climbing stairs shortly after the procedure, and tonight he said he's looking forward to getting back on his mountain bike in just a few weeks.

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