Ten people were injured Monday evening when a the front landing gear of a Southwest Airlines flight from Nashville collapsed as it touched down at LaGuardia Airport in New York City. The Boeing 737-700 skidded several hundred feet with its nose grinding into the runway before it slowed to a stop on a grassy median. According to Thomas Bosco, general manager of LaGuardia Airport, flight 345 from Nashville was carrying 144 passengers and six crew members. Six of the passengers and four crew members were treated at the scene for unspecified injuries, and six of those were taken to the ... Read More
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