Japanese plane makes emergency landing; none hurt

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March 13, 2007 04:08

An All Nippon Airways passenger plane carrying 60 people was forced to make an emergency landing in southwestern Japan on Tuesday because of a problem with its front landing gear. Public broadcaster NHK showed footage of the plane making a slow and controlled landing on its extended rear wheels, and carefully touching its nose to the runway. The front wheels were not extended.


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