Terrifying Moments as Engine Explodes at 33,000ft | Uncontained Failure | Southwest Airlines 1380
- Published on: 2/8/2019
- Find out what happened to this Boeing 737 that experienced an engine failure at 32,500ft, after takeoff from New York, La Guardia.
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