Plane lands safely after dropping debris outside Colorado house

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KUSA acquired a video that shows passengers cheering as the plane safely lands at Denver International Airport.

United Airlines flight 328 departed the Denver International Airport around noon en route to Honolulu and began experiencing right-engine failure shortly after takeoff, according to a statement from the Federal Aviation Administration. Any damage to homes was still being assessed, Broomfield Police Department Public Information Officer Rachel Welte told reporters Saturday afternoon. Denver-based investigators are responding, the NTSB says. However, several streets were closed off Saturday as officers locate and remove the debris scattered across several neighbourhoods.

Broomfield Police said parts had fallen in the areas of 136th and Sheridan, and 13th and Elmwood.

Police told people to not touch any of the debris and to contact them 303.438.6405 to report any items.

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Police started hearing reports from residents shortly after 1 p.m. local time of a loud explosion and what they thought was a plane falling from the sky. There were 231 passengers and 10 crew members on board. Video shot from the cabin shows the nacelle and most of the rear fairings missing from the engine as it wobbles while windmilling on the return trip to the airport.

There are no reported injuries, initial reports say.

Much of the debris landed in Commons Park and in the Northmoor and Red Leaf neighborhoods of Broomfield, which is about 20 miles north of downtown Denver.

The National Transportation Safety Board is taking over the investigation, according to the FAA, which also plans to assist in the case.

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