On Monday, an American Airlines plane was forced into an emergency San Fransisco landing. The immediate landing
was caused by indoor wall panels, which were coming loose.
A total of 190 people were on the plane, with six of them being crew members. While Boeing 757 was on its way to Dallas, the seams of the panels started tearing apart and made a terrible, popping sound. With passengers screaming left and right, chaos ensued, and the pilot decided to head back to San Fransisco.
Despite the issue with the panels, the pilot initially had no intention of landing in San Fransisco. At first, he thought they should head straight to Dallas, since the pressure in the plane was normal and the oxygen masks were not necessary. However, after taking a closer look at the incident, he made the right choice.
Thankfully, no passengers or crew members were hurt. The American Airlines plane landed in San Fransisco safely and is currently out of service.
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