Year aircraft in difficulties dropped its fuel over a school in california


Has Boeing difficulty of the american airline company Delta Air Lines dropped on Tuesday its fuel over the suburbs of Los Angeles, lightly touching 17 children and nine adults who were in the courtyard of an elementary school.


The Delta flight 89, a Boeing 777 to destination Shanghai (China), “has suffered engine problems shortly after takeoff, forcing the device to return to the airport of Los Angeles, told AFP a spokesman for Delta Air Lines.


The plane landed without damage to around 12 o’clock purpose had previously dropped its fuel to lighten up for a possible emergency landing.


This fuel is, in particular, fell on an elementary school in Cudahy, 25 km to the east of the airport. Ten-seven children and nine adults complaining of skin irritation have been treated on site by the emergency services, and “no hospitalization has been necessary”, pointed out the fire department, confirming that the substance in question was fuel for aircraft.


The school district of Los Angeles stated that students and employees of the school were in the court at the time of the incident. They may have been sprayed by fuel or have inhaled fumes”, he wrote in a press release, indicating they had immediately called the emergency services.


Has Boeing difficulty of the american airline company Delta Air Lines dropped on Tuesday its fuel over the suburbs of Los Angeles, lightly touching 17 children and nine adults who were in the courtyard of an elementary school.Play Video


The fuel, dropped the “at relatively low altitude,” according to the fire department, is also dropped on another school south of Los Angeles, apparently without significant impact on the health of students gold staff.


The american agency in charge of the control of civil aviation, the FAA, has announced on Twitter have opened an investigation into this accident, pointing out that”there are specific procedures for the delivery of fuel for aircraft departing from guest arriving to all major u. s. airports.”


“These procedures require that the fuel is jettisoned over uninhabited areas well identified, generally at high altitudes so that the fuel vaporizes and are scattered before reaching the ground,” stressed the agency.

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