United flight makes emergency landing at SFO
SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Calif. (KGO) -- A plane had to be towed to its gate at San Francisco International Airport after an emergency landing late Saturday afternoon.
Airport officials say United Flight 378 reported a hydraulic fluid problem after it took off from Vancouver.
Though they were initially worried that the plane would not be able to steer upon landing, the plane was able to safely land at SFO.
107 people were onboard. No word yet on what caused the issue.
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