Delta: jet carrying NBA's OKC Thunder damaged in flight after striking bird
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (FOX NEWS) — A aircraft carrying NBA group the Oklahoma Metropolis Thunder from Minneapolis to Chicago apparently struck a fowl early Saturday when it was touchdown, damaging the aircraft, Delta Airways stated.
Once they landed, the gamers observed one thing unusual about their aircraft.
The chartered aircraft had apparently encountered some sudden object whereas flying, and was left with an enormous dent within the nostril.
Thunder gamers Carmelo Anthony, Josh Huestis and Steven Adams all posted photographs of the aircraft with a big dent on its nostril.
Anthony posted on his Instagram: “What probably might we’ve hit within the SKY presently of night time? Everyone seems to be protected although. ‘All Reward Due.’”
Adams tweeted: “30,000 ft within the air. Flying to Chicago. What prompted this?” Adams tweeted the publish to NASA and scientists Invoice Nye and Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Tyson and Nye didn’t reply to Adams’ query.
Delta Airways spokeswoman Elizabeth Wolf stated upkeep was evaluating the state of affairs and the injury was doubtless brought on by a collision with a chook. She stated the Boeing 757-200 landed safely with out incident at Chicago’s Halfway Worldwide Airport.
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