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Tires blow on United jet during Newark airport landing, no injuries

Reuters Saturday, 15 June 2019
Tires on a United Airlines jet blew out as it landed at New Jersey's Newark airport on Saturday, causing flight delays but injuring none of the 166 passengers on board, officials said.
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News video: No Injuries After United Jet Has 'Multiple Tires' Blow On Landing In Newark

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According to a report by reuters, on Saturday, officials said that the tires on a United Airlines jet blew out as it landed at New Jersey's Newark airport, causing flight delays but injuring none of the 166 passengers on board. The airline said in a statement that United Flight 627 became disabled on...

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