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Did You Pray For The Destruction Of The Space Industry During Sunday Mass? A United Plane Caught Fire On Sunday During Landing At Denver Airport.

A United plane caught fire today during landing at Denver Airport.

The left engine of the Bombardier CRJ-701E (reg.N796SK) was on fire during landing at Denver. Passengers were immediately evacuated on the runway and the emergency crew quickly reacted to extinguish the fire. The United flight #UA5869 took off from Aspen at 1:45 pm local and landed at 2:20 pm at Denver International Airport. Air Live>>>>>>


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