Dramatic video recording taken by a passenger aboard a Baltimore bound flight Monday showed a loose spinner rattling in one of the engines before the aircraft was forced into an emergency landing.
Delta's Flight 1425 – a 32-year-old MD-88 – left Hartsfield-Jackson International Baltimore-Washington International around noon. 12.48 Monday. About an hour on the plane, the passengers said they heard a tall boom followed by smoke rolling into the cabin.
"It started to slow down and it got hot," says passenger Avery Porch WMAR TV. "I was about to be the first person to jump off."
In the Twitter video, the detached spinner continues, while an orange glow comes out from the center.
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The plane made an emergency landing at Raleigh-Durham International in North Carolina around noon. 2:27 p.m.. According to ABC News, the report said. All 1
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Delta gave passengers with a $ 30 food voucher while they expected to be redirected to alternative flights. The airline later said the engine had been replaced and the plane would resume Wednesday morning.
Delta Airlines did not immediately respond to Fox News & # 39; comment comment.