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Investigation Begins Into Boeing 737 That Slid Off Runway Into River

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Investigation Begins Into Boeing 737 That Slid Off Runway Into River

Investigation Begins Into Boeing 737 That Slid Off Runway Into River

Reuters reports a team of 16 federal investigators travelled to Jacksonville, Florida on Saturday to investigate why a Boeing jetliner with 143 people on board slid from a runway into a shallow river while trying to land at a military base during a thunderstorm.

21 people were injured.

The Boeing 737-800 chartered by the U.S. military flew from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay in Cuba and slid into the St.

Johns river upon attempting to land at Naval Air Station Jacksonville.

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