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Boeing 737 Max 8 Makes Emergency Landing In Florida

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CNN reports a Boeing 737 Max aircraft declared an emergency landing Tuesday in Florida. The Federal Aviation Administration the plane landed after experiencing a reported engine problem. No passengers were aboard Southwest Airlines Flight 8701, which was being ferried to from Victorville, California, for storage. The incident comes after the global fleet of 737 Max jets was grounded indefinitely after two fatal crashes involving the planes.

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