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23 Abril 2018, 05:07 | Tito Buron
The Latest: Nurse gave CPR to injured woman until landing
The drop in pressure caused Jennifer Riordan, to almost be sucked out of a ruptured window, according to other passengers, some of whom dragged her back into the cabin.
"Jennifer was the kind of person everyone would want to have as their mother, sister and wife". "Two wonderful men. they managed to get her back inside the plane, and we laid her down and we started CPR".
Capt Shults, a New Mexico native, graduated with university degrees in biology and agribusiness before joining the military. "I feel for her two kids, her husband, the community that they lived in", an emotional Needum told reporters. "I can't imagine what they're going through", he said. Airlines are required to acknowledge written complaints within 30 days and send a response within 60 days.
"It gets money in the hands of people that need it for counseling or something", she said.
"This fan blade was broken right at the hub, and our preliminary examination of this was there is evidence of metal fatigue where the blade separated", said NTSB chairman Robert Sumwalt.
As a result of the 2016 incident, engine manufacturer CFM International, a GE Aviation/Safran Aircraft Engines joint venture, had issued guidance as recently as June 2017 providing instructions for ultrasonic inspection of certain high-time fan blades in the engine type, which powers 737NGs.
In August, the FAA proposed making the recommendation mandatory.
Southwest Airlines passengers who were on board a flight from New York's LaGuardia Airport that made an emergency landing in Philadelphia have been reimbursed by the company. But they do know that two successive, unlikely events contributed to it.
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It was not immediately clear how many planes would be affected. He also noted "a fair amount of vibration" and said the airliner landed in Philadelphia at an above-average speed of 190 mph.
Global airlines, too, began inspecting some Boeing 737 engines on Wednesday. "And that's what he did", his wife, Stephanie, said tearfully. It's not an easy inspection.
Tuesday's emergency broke a string of eight straight years without a fatal accident involving a US airliner.
The CFM56-7b engine is the workhorse of the aviation industry. Any blades that fail the inspection will have to be replaced.
Southwest Airlines said that it "expects minimal disruption to the operation" while it conducts its accelerated inspections. "Our primary focus and commitment is to assist you in every way possible", Kelly wrote. The latest proposal by the FAA suggests that the newest directive will be based on the number of cycles each aircraft has. Investigators found a crack in the engine which may have led to blade breaking off.
Pilot Tammie Jo Shults, who was previously a Navy fighter pilot, had to make an emergency landing after an engine explosion; Linda Maloney, a friend and former combat pilot, shares details on 'The Story'.