American Airlines confirmed that 23 passengers and one cabin crew member reported non-critical injuries after a Boeing 767 caught fire at Chicago O’Hare Oct. 28 following what was reported as an uncontained engine failure. The 767 was operating as flight 383 from Chicago to Miami with 161 passengers and nine crew on board at the time of the incident. Video footage and photographs from the scene show a blaze from the starboard side of the aircraft, centered around the wing. According ...

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