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A United Airlines passenger plane dropped parts when it landed in Denver urgently.

A United Airlines passenger plane dropped parts when it landed in Denver urgently.

The picture shows that parts of the plane, including a large ring-shaped component, fell into multiple areas.

According to the Associated Press, on February 20, local time, a commercial passenger plane crashed from the plane when it made an emergency landing.

The plane then landed safely at Denver International Airport, fortunately without causing casualties.

It is also understood that the flight is an UA328 operated by United Airlines, and the model is Boeing 777-200.

The passenger plane was originally scheduled to take off from Denver and fly to Honolulu, Hawaii.

The plane took off at 13:04 local time and returned to Denver International Airport at about 13:30.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a statement saying that “shortly after the plane took off, the right engine stalled” and said that it was known that there were falling objects on the plane’s route.

Images published on social media sites by the Bloomfield Police Department show large round parts dropped by the plane in the suburbs about 25 miles (40 kilometers) north of Denver.

Police warned people not to touch the falling objects.

Witness Tyler Thal told the Associated Press that he saw the plane flying at an abnormally low altitude at the time of the incident, and then saw smoke on the plane and heard the explosion, while parts fell from the sky.

United Airlines has not commented any comments at present.

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