Panicked passengers flee fireplace on American Airways flight

Nationwide Transportation Protection Board investigators will attempt to resolve why the engine of an American Airways Boeing 767 stuck fireplace simply sooner than take off at …

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29 thoughts on “Panicked passengers flee fireplace on American Airways flight”

  1. Gawd, as stupid as the public is, I wld hate to be in line , waiting, to get off a burning plane. Look how the dumb sector of public , drive on the highways!! Cld u imagine?!

  2. WHAT ABOUT THE CRANE COLLAPSE SYNCHRO TIANJIN YOU PAYED IT FOR WHAT…FOR AN OTHE SHOE ISNT THAT TRUE WHEN I BUY SOMETHING I CONNECT THINGS OCCUR FOR YOU I AM A CONNECTIVITY FOR PEOPLE IT IS A MISERY WHY DID YOU DO THAT.

  3. WHY DID YOU SCALE A PIECE OF WOOD BURNED TO THIS SCALE OF BURNING THINGS …BECAUSE YOU ARE MADE SO ARNT YOU….YOU JUST CLAIM CONTROLS….YOU JUST WANNA MORE CONTROLS TO BE CLAIMED ISNT IT…NATURALLY FOR YOUR ALGERIANS RATS ISNT IT ISNT IT ISNT IT ISNT IT.

  4. He got it backwards the plane blew a engine the tire blow out was from a rejected take off
    good thing he did get it stop the feeling after all said and done if he had taking off on one engine and with all the damage done from the engine fail they would have never made back to the airport

  5. San Francisco airport firefighters should study the most excellent performance of the Chicago O'Hare firefighters particularly the fact that not a single passenger was run over and killed by the arriving firetrucks and how they sprayed foam to where the plane was actually burning, putting the fire out.

  6. im a fueler at Nashville airport and i ironically work on American Airlines and to see one of my planes on fire, not to mention 737s hold a pretty big amount of fuel in the wings, (8600lbs of fuel on most American planes) im surprised the fire wasnt bigger

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