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Plane hits deer during takeoff in Charlotte

16 February 2017, 01:07 | Leonard Manning

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Plane hits deer taking off from Charlotte Douglas Airport

A plane was evacuated after hitting a deer at an America airport.

Emergency crews were called out to the collision and used foam on the plane after the collision with the animal caused a fuel leak.

A plane has hit a deer departing Charlotte-Douglas International Airport Wednesday afternoon, according to FAA officials. The flight was headed to Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport in Mississippi.

The runway has been closed for cleanup and to investigate, according to the Observer.

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Upon landing, fire crews met the plane and sprayed it with a flame retardant. "The passengers have been bused back to the terminal and will get a new aircraft". The plane was then towed away for inspection.

"The airplane came immediately back to the airport and landed safely".

There were 44 passengers on the plane, and there have been no reported injuries.



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