The Round Table

Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

By Heidi Daniels, Features managing editor

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






On Tuesday, April 17th 2018, Southwest Airlines flight 1380 made an emergency landing in Philadelphia.

Twenty minutes into the flight from New York City to Dallas, the engine failed, sending pieces from the engine into passenger Jennifer Riordan’s window, causing her to be partially pulled out of the plane.

Riordan suffered blunt trauma to her head and neck area, killing her on impact.

In response, Round Table reporter Heidi Daniels asks MHS students for their thoughts on this air catastrophe.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Features

    Two MHS students skate away with national championship

  • Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

    Featured

    11 things you feel right before graduating high school

  • Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

    Broadcast

    Behind the scenes of “Into the Woods”

  • Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

    Broadcast

    MHS student dances her way to the top winning Miss Dance title

  • Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

    Columns

    Mormon Misconceptions

  • Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

    Feature videos

    26th annual Empty Bowls Banquet fills the bowls of those in need

  • Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

    Features

    Reactions: Missile strike in Syria

  • Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

    Featured

    Kiley Hill invites special guest to try partner yoga

  • Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

    Feature videos

    Cancer’s impact on Middletown High School students

  • Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

    Broadcast

    Would You Rather?

Part of The Round Table's multimedia experience
Reactions: Southwest emergency landing