Passenger plane experiences engine failure near Denver, drops debris, returns safely

A Boeing 777 passenger jet leaving Denver lost power in one engine. There were reports of an explosion with an immense debris field in Broomfield, CO. No one on the ground was injured from falling parts. Police nearly ran out of crime scene tape. The plane UAL 328 landed safely at the Denver International Airport with no passenger/crew injuries.


image taken after takeoff



— NBC News (@NBCNews) February 20, 2021


— Ben Bearup (@TheAviationBeat) February 20, 2021


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Not related but also interesting:

Marmite Dynamite, a new limited edition version of the spread with added chilli flavour, is being advertised with a series of billboards that see its lid blown off.... To promote the new variety, ad agency adam&eveDDB has created a series of dramatic billboards, which see the lid of the Marmite jar supposedly blown off by its powerful chilli flavouring. The first version, above, showed a lid appearing to explode out of a poster site and into a nearby car windscreen.

Follow up executions will feature huge lids blown skywards and hooked onto nearby buildings and trees. All posters feature a variation on the love it-hate it tagline, which reads: ‘Love it, hate it, be careful with it.’

  • February 20, 2021
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