United Flight Sheds Debris Over Broomfield, Colo., After Engine Failure


A United Airlines flight with 241 folks on board skilled engine failure over a suburb of Boulder, Colo., on Saturday afternoon, shedding particles throughout three neighborhoods earlier than touchdown safely in Denver, the authorities mentioned.

There have been no accidents reported, officers mentioned.

The flight, No. 328, took off from Denver International Airport at 12:15 p.m. native time, mentioned Alex Renteria, an airport spokeswoman.

The F.A.A. said in a statement that the aircraft, a Boeing 777-200, skilled “a right-engine failure” shortly after takeoff and that it was conscious of reviews of particles “in the vicinity of the airplane’s flight path.”

The flight was headed from Denver to Daniel Ok. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu when the episode occurred.


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