LOOK: Passenger Plane Left with Bloody Hole After Crashing Into Bird
— Paul clare (@paul_clare) March 11, 2016
A passenger plane was about to make its landing on Friday when it crashed into a bird.
From the looks of it, it wasn’t pretty. Shocking photos of the alleged damage surfaced online after the EgyptAir flight landed safely from Cairo at London’s Heathrow Airport, Fox and Friends reported.
Thankfully, none of the 71 passengers onboard were hurt.
But the nose of the Boeing 737-800 was left with a gaping hole, and covered with blood stains and feathers, according to The Sun newspaper.
Passengers on the next ongoing flight were later grounded for around 21 hours while the aircraft was sent for repairs overnight.
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