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Boeing Jet Skids Off Runway Into River In Florida

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Boeing Jet Skids Off Runway Into River In Florida

Boeing Jet Skids Off Runway Into River In Florida

A team of 16 investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board is being sent to Jacksonville, Florida.

That's where a Boeing 737 jet slid of the runway Friday night into the St Johns River.

According to Business Insider, no one was killed in the accident.

However, 21 people were taken to the hospital for injuries.

This is the third issue Boeing has had with its 737 planes since October.

The first two were in Indonesia and Ethiopia, killing 350 people.

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