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Plane Catches Fire At Denver International Airport

Plane Catches Fire At Denver International Airport

Passengers were evacuated from a plane at Denver International Airport Sunday after one of the engines caught fire. The United Express jet operated by SkyWest was bound to Denver from Aspen and had landed when the fire started, according to authorities.
Photos from the scene showed flames coming out of the left engine and on the ground. Fifty-nine passengers were evacuated safely and nobody was injured, Marissa Snow, a spokesperson for SkyWest told NBC News Monday. Four crew members also evacuated and were unharmed.
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