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Tire Blowout Endangers Crew, Pax Aboard UA Denver Flight

Tire Blowout Endangers Crew, Pax Aboard UA Denver Flight
Tire Blowout Endangers Crew, Pax Aboard UA Denver Flight

On Monday, two tires blew out on a Boeing 737 operated by United Airlines flying from Boston, Massachusetts to Denver, Colorado shortly after the aircraft landed.

In a statement, United Airlines claimed that the malfunction occurred shortly after the aircraft made its landing at Denver International Airport (DEN), and the 165 passengers aboard the flight were transported to the gate via buses.

No injuries to passengers or crew have been reported.

To read more on this story, go to Boston Globe.

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