August 2006
Fire Chief;Aug2006, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports on an emergency landing of an American Airlines at O'Hare International Airport at Chicago, Illinois, after having difficulties with its front landing gear. The pilot of the flight 1740 has radioed the tower that the nose of the MD-80 aircraft would not deploy. Although none of the flight's crew members or passengers were injured, the fire department has sent ambulances and other equipment to the scene because the plane was carrying 10,000 pounds of fuel.


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