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Why Did a Delta Plane Dump Jet Fuel Over Los Angeles Schools?

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Some residents were outraged after a plane carrying 164 people dumped fuel over several schools as it made an emergency landing.
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News video: Delta aircraft dumps fuel on school before landing at LAX

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LOS ANGELES β€” Delta Airlines Flight 89 was enroute to Shanghai from Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday when the plane experienced an engine issue shortly after takeoff. The plane then proceeded to return to the airport and release jet fuel before conducting an emergency landing. The...

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