Boeing 777-200 engine burning in the sky, saved 200 passengers, watch video

USA: A Boeing 777 with more than 200 passengers flew from Denver Airport to Honolulu.

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United States: The United Airlines Boeing 777-200’s engine crashed into the sky while flying from Denver Airport in the United States. After which the aircraft engine started burning. More than 200 passengers and 14 crew members were killed in the aircraft’s engine fire. However, the aircraft made an emergency landing 20 minutes later. No casualties were reported in the accident.

According to the US Federal Aviation Administration, a Boeing 777 with more than 200 passengers was en route from Denver Airport to Honolulu when it reached a height of 1000 feet, the aircraft’s right engine failed and a sudden fire broke out. Pieces of these burning engines also started falling on the roofs of houses. The aircraft made an emergency landing 20 minutes later and around 200 passengers and 14 crew members were rescued. A passenger on the plane filmed a burning engine, watch the video of the breathtaking incident

United Airlines’ Boeing 777-200 engine crashed into the sky while flying from Denver Airport in the United States. After which the aircraft engine started burning. The aircraft made an emergency landing 20 minutes later. No casualties were reported in the accident. #Unitudes pic.twitter.com/O3piNQQWEF

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