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Delta flight makes emergency landing in Utah

Christian Fernsby |
A Delta Boeing plane was forced to make an emergency landing Monday after experiencing engine trouble following its departure from Atlanta, ABC4 news reported.

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The Delta Boeing 757 jet had an issue with its left engine while it was en route to Seattle and made an emergency landing at Salt Lake City International Airport in Utah, ABC4 news reported.

“A Boeing 757-200 operated by Delta Air Lines diverted to Salta Lake City International Airport and landed safely Monday afternoon after experiencing a left-engine issue,” the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said in a statement to News Nation Now.

“The FAA will investigate. Delta Air Lines Flight 2123 was flying from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport when the incident occurred,” the statement continued.

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