United Airlines Flight 328 Boeing 777 Engine Failure
United Airlines Flight 328 managed to safely land at Denver International Airport on Saturday after the right engine on a Boeing 777-200 failed, leaving a string of debris from the plane scattered on the ground. This plane, with 231 passengers and 10 crew on board, was heading to Honolulu when it suffered an engine failed soon after takeoff, but thankfully, there were no reports of injuries, either on the plane or the ground. Read more for two videos and additional information.



Broomfield police posted several images of the plane debris on the ground, including an engine cowling right in front of a home and other parts scattered in a field. The FAA will be investigating the 26-year-old 777 aircraft, which is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engines. The main focus will be on what caused the accident and whether a fan blade failed.

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