NTSB: Flight 328 engine shows signs of 'metal fatigue'


A preliminary investigation of the Pratt & Whitney engine that failed shortly after a Boeing 777 aircraft departed a Denver airport over the weekend indicates signs of metal fatigue, the NTSB said. (UPI Latest News) More More

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