Passenger shares earlier case of Boeing 777 engine failure over Japan

Passenger shares earlier case of Boeing 777 engine failure over Japan


Days after the engine of a United Airlines Boeing 777 caught fire and rained debris in Colorado, a Japanese man has shared video of his frightening experience aboard a similar plane in December.

“I was panicking in my head, thinking about how I was maybe going to die,” Naru Kurokawa, 40, told Reuters about the incident involving a Japan Airlines Boeing 777, which was forced to make an emergency landing about 40 minutes after take-off.

“I thought I would go insane if I accepted the thought of death, so I focused on taking videos of the situation,” Kurokawa said of the Dec. 4 flight to Tokyo that was forced to return to Okinawa after the malfunction in the left engine.

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On Saturday, the United plane suffered an engine fire, scattering debris over suburban Denver and prompting Boeing to urge airlines to suspend flights of 777s that use the same Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engines.

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