Part Of Boeing Plane Falls 3,700m To A Ground Factory In China
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In a recent news, several part of a Boeing 777 aircraft have fallen to the ground when the plane was in its mid-flight. It spiraled down 3,700 meters to the grounds over a factory. Aviation authorities have already conducted an extensive investigation regarding the incident last week. Fortunately, the heavy metal part which crashed down from the sky directly ripped the fabric of a rain cover but did not avoid injuring anyone on the factory or the ground.
The metal object fell on Eastern Shanghai. The incident shocked the workers of the factory at Songjiang District. They heard and then saw the very large metallic object crazing spiraling down from the skies. The heavy chunk of metal weighed about 60 kg and investigators reported that this could have been a door of a certain aircraft landing gear compartment.
Personnel coming from the Civil Aviation Administration from the east China division who inspected the debris confirmed that indeed the large metallic object was a part of a plane undercarriage of a certain Boeing 777. The division is now urgently finding ways to track down the plane where the equipment or the door came from. A factory worker commented that it was quite incredible that no one was killed or hurt by the plane craft’s gear. However, he feared the fact that there are planes flying around with some parts of its landing gear that are broken and will come off anytime.
The spokesperson for Boeing told the public that the company has been working closely with customers and have provided the necessary guidance in order to carry out carefully the maintenance that is required of the aircrafts. He further said that it will not affect at all the structural integrity of the landing gear or the flight’s safety. The spokesman of the CAA said that the part coming apart posed a deadly threat to anyone below the air route of the plane and that this issue should be addressed immediately.