4-1-1 on Comp: Another Look at Southwest Flight 1380
Philadelphia, PA (WorkersCompensation.com) - Southwest Flight 1380 experienced left engine problems and was forced to make an emergency landing in mid-April. The flight, heading from New York to Dallas, landed in safely in Philadelphia, PA due to the heroic action of the pilot.
Unfortunately, one woman, who was sitting next to the window that blew out, was sucked halfway out the plane. Although the crew was able to pull her back inside, she did not survive the incident. Several other people ...
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