NTSB Points To Metal Fatigue In Southwest Boeing 737 Engine Failure

Credit: NTSB
U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigators found evidence of metal fatigue in the left engine of the Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 that made an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) on Apr. 17 after the pilots initially reported an engine fire.A woman...

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