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U.S. safety board to meet on Southwest engine failure that caused fatal accident

Reuters Tuesday, 19 November 2019 ()
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will meet on Tuesday to determine the probable cause of the April 2018 engine failure of Southwest Airlines Co flight 1380 that killed a passenger who was partially sucked out the window.
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News video: Engine Failure On Southwest Flight 1380 Topic At NTSB Board Hearing

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An engine on Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 exploded over Pennsylvania in 2018, killing a wife and mother from New Mexico. Today the National Transportation Safety Board will present their findings as to what caused the engine failure.

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