While climbing through FL 250 on the night of June 19, 1996, the crew of a Boeing 767, westbound from Salt Lake City to Portland, Ore., got several cockpit warnings that something was wrong with the right engine. Just then a flight attendant reported that an aft passenger had seen sparks shooting from the big turbofan. The first officer went to see for himself. Upon returning to the flight deck, the F/O confirmed the bad news. The crew declared an emergency and initiated a return to SLC, ...


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