February 21st – The engine of a United Airlines Boeing airliner from Denver to Honolulu broke down, and huge debris fell in front of the residents’ house during the emergency landing process.
There are no reports of casualties.
According to the Capitol Hill, the airliner engine broke down and exploded in the air after take-off, causing many debris to fall from the air.
The Bloomfield Police Department said that it began to receive reports of passenger plane debris falling from communities.
According to the photos shared by the police on social platforms, a huge round fragment fell in front of a residential house.
There are also some scattered in the local parks.
So far, no casualties have been reported.
The flight is United Airlines UA328 and the Boeing 777-200.
At 13:04 local time on the 20th, the passenger plane took off from Denver and soon broke down.
At about 13:30, it returned safely to Denver International Airport.