LaGuardia: Landing Gear Failed on Southwest Plane

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Monday, 22 Jul 2013 06:43 PM

By Stephanie Hinderer

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Landing gear on a plane touching down at LaGuardia Airport in New York failed around 5:45 Monday, but Southwest Airlines flight 345 seemed to be in good condition. The Federal Aviation Administration said there were no injuries reported, according to CNN.

NBC New York reported there were three people with minor injuries.

CNN video images on television showed the plane intact with no fire or smoke, but LaGuardia was shut down to incoming and outgoing traffic.

The flight, carrying more than 100 passengers, originated from Nashville.

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