Southwest Inspects Planes After Hole Opens in Flight

Steve Hall of Murfreesboro, Tenn., was talking football with his fellow passengers Monday on a flight from Nashville to Baltimore when suddenly they were interrupted by what Hall described as "a very loud pop." The cause, it turned out, was a gaping hole in the plane itself, two rows away from Hall's seat. Watch "World News With Charles Gibson" tonight at 6:30 ET for the full report "The pressure drop was obvious and pretty immediate, and the oxygen masks dropped," Hall told Story
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