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Delta Flight Dumps Jet Fuel Over LA Schools During Emergency Landing

RTTNews Wednesday, 15 January 2020
A Delta Airlines passenger plane dumped fuel over schools near Los Angeles International Airport amidst an emergency landing Tuesday. Dozens of students were reportedly treated for skin irritation and breathing problems. The incident might have violated aviation rules, reports say, as fuel dumping in emergency landings are allowed only above designated areas and at a high altitude. Delta Airlines
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News video: Delta Flight Dumps Jet Fuel Over LA Schools; Dozens Of Students, Adults Treated For Exposure

Delta Flight Dumps Jet Fuel Over LA Schools; Dozens Of Students, Adults Treated For Exposure 03:57

School officials say about 40 children and adults were affected Tuesday when jet fuel dumped by an aircraft making an emergency return to Los Angeles International Airport fell onto several area schools.

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