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Passengers aboard a Delta flight preparing to depart from Kansas City, Mo., were forced to deplane after the aircraft’s nose wheel fell off on Friday morning.
The plane, an Airbus 319, was taxiing to the runway, and when the wheel is removed, as a representative of the Kansas City International Airport (KCI), confirmed both on Twitter and in a statement to Fox News.
No passengers or crew were killed or wounded.
Delta air lines Airbus A319 (registration N354NB in the flight, shortly before landing at Los Angeles World Airport (LAX).
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“Delta’s A319 was taxiing to the terminal, the nose wheel dropped off ARENA street,” tweeted Joe McBride, marketing and communications manager for the PROGRAMME, and 6:44 p.m., CST, on Friday morning.
“No major injuries. The buses will be taken out to remove the passengers.”
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Initial reports indicated that the aircraft had skidded on the path, Him, later, that this is not the case, in spite of the icy conditions.
McBride also confirmed that the airport was temporarily shut down while crews applied de-icer, and it is not due to the Delta loss.
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A representative of Delta Air Lines, was not immediately available for comment.