New Jersey News
Plane suffers bird strike at Newark Airport: Port Authority
NEWARK (WABC) -- The FAA is investigating a bird strike at Newark Airport.
The Port Authority says a Fed-Ex cargo plane collided with a number of birds as it was coming in for landing Saturday morning around 5:30.
The plane was 300-400 feet in the air when the incident happened.
The plane landed safely, and no one was injured.
The Port Authority says the plane's nose was damaged, but Fed-Ex says that is not the case.
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