Doorbell camera captures falling jet debris

doorbell-camera footage captured a portion of United Airlines’ stricken Flaunt. 328 Slamming on a suburban Colorado street.

Mark Moskovics’ Nested camera The debris from the Boeing 777-200 crashed just feet from a car parked on the road – crashed so hard that it jumped a few feet in the air before coming to a stop.

Seconds later, a single loud crash appeared to signal the landing of an object that fell just to the left of the bell’s camera view. The footage was shared with CBS Denver reporter Conor McCue.

Thankfully, the road to Broomfield, a suburb of Denver, was otherwise quiet and empty – no one was injured, according to one of the rubble neighbors, “mosquito nets”, in which “mosquito nets” sounded in the neighborhood in such a way. happen. .

“It could have been real sad,” Kermoade Told CBS Denver Of debris, some of which also fell in his yard. “Luckily, God was everyone.”

An unknown neighbor shared photos of a huge hole in his roof where the debris crashed as he was making sandwiches to his family.

Some of the debris also crashed in a park, packed with training of at least six football teams, running for cover, The Denver Post said.

“Honestly … I felt we were being bombarded,” said Heather Soler, one of the teams’ coaches, who found a large portion of the paper of debris falling within 10 feet of the wreckage at Commons Park was standing.

“There was too much debris in the sky,” he said.

Broomfield Police tweeted It was “beyond grateful” that there were no injuries, “given the number of people visiting Commons Park over the weekend.”

The National Transportation Safety Board said it is investigating the flaming engine failure, but it has not yet been speculated as to what may be causing it.

There were no reports of injuries on board the jet.

United Airlines flight UA328, carrying 231 passengers and 10 crew, returns to fire at Denver International Airport with its starboard engine.
United Airlines flight UA328, carrying 231 passengers and 10 crew, returns to fire at Denver International Airport with its starboard engine.
Via REUTERS

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