Plane makes emergency landing at Phila. International
PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - November 5, 2010 (WPVI) -- A jet blew a tire causing some scary moments at Philadelphia International Airport Friday.
FAA officials say an Air Wisconsin CRJ-2 commuter jet had to land back at Philadelphia International shortly after 2:00 p.m.
FAA officials say a left main inside the tire shredded.
There were 24 people onboard Flight 3724.
The plane landed safely with no reported injuries.
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