Eh Dislodged… Boeing 747 Aircraft Engine Parts Fall On Residents’ Houses


Brukkk… The sound of a very loud falling object startled the residents of the city of Liege, Belgium. Apparently, there was an engine part of a Boeing 747 that fell on a resident’s house.

The incident occurred in early September, to be exact on Thursday (8/9). The engine part of the Boeing 747 fell from the sky and hit the garage, as well as the garden of the house owned by Louis Demaret and his wife, Domenica.

“We were in our room and heard the sound of an airplane flying over our house at a low altitude. After the plane passed, a very loud sound came out,” Demaret told French media, 7sur7 quoted by AP, Wednesday (21/9/2022). ).



The engine part of the plane that fell on Demaret’s house, of course, caused quite a lot of damage. Luckily, the engine debris did not cause any casualties or injuries to the Demaret family.

“I thought it was a hurricane and we couldn’t see anything from the window. That was all that happened that morning, until we realized the plane’s engine debris and the damage it caused,” said Demaret.

Investigate a calibaration, apparently the engine debris that hit Demaret’s house came from the Boeing 747 belonging to Air Atlanta Icelandic which took off from Liege airport in Belgium.

The aircraft was operated by Magma Aviation with final destination to Malta. The plane’s engine debris damaged parts of Demaret’s garage and garden.

“I was lucky enough to escape. If the debris fell and hit the roof of the house, then I would die in bed,” said Demaret.

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Although part of the plane’s engine fell off, the Boeing 747 managed to land safely in Malta. An investigation is being carried out by the relevant authorities to find out whether there was an element of intent to this incident.

Incidents of falling plane engines that hit people’s homes are quite rare. The last incident occurred in February 2021 when a Boeing 777 belonging to United Airlines made an Emergency Landing because its engine caught fire. At that time, debris or debris from the aircraft engine fell on a Denver resident’s house.

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