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August 1, 2012

United Plane Suffers Bird Strike Near Denver

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United Flight 1475 hit a big bird near Denver. (Photo via Twitter)

United Airlines Flight 1475, a Boeing 737 out of Dallas, hit a large bird(s) while approaching Denver on Tuesday. No one was hurt, except for the radome and the bird. [WFAA]

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