Engine failure leads to Federal Aviation Administration investigation

Boeing is calling for the grounding of all 128 of its 777 jets powered by a specific engine model one day after a United flight from Denver experienced an engine failure shortly after takeoff.
0:22 | 02/24/21

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Transcript for Engine failure leads to Federal Aviation Administration investigation
We're learning more tonight about that Boeing engine ripping apart on that United Airlines jet just after takeoff if you remember the images the engine in flames flying over Colorado. New images tonight join parts of the engine did in fact that the body of the plane punching a hole right if you shall watch. To re missing the fuel tank tonight the NTSB finding evidence of metal fatigue. One of those engines plates.

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