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Plane from U.S. crash-lands in Poland with 230 passengers aboard

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A Boeing 767 of Polish LOT airlines makes an emergency landing at Warsaw airport on November 1. The plane en route from Newark with 230 people onboard made an emergency landing in Warsaw airport on Tuesday. No passengers were hurt, Polish media reported.

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A LOT Polish airlines Boeing 767 flying with 227 people on board makes an emergency landing at Warsaw's airport on November 1, after having problems lowering its landing gear. The plane had dropped fuel and circled above Warsaw for some time and a landing strip was especially prepared at the airport for the crash landing. No one was injured during the emergency landing according to a LOT spokesman.

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Fire engines spray fire retardant on a LOT Polish airlines Boeing 767 as passengers leave the plane as after it made an emergency landing at Warsaw's airport on Nov. 1 after having problems lowering its landing gear. The plane had dropped fuel and circled above Warsaw for some time and a landing strip was especially prepared at the airport for the crash landing. No one was injured during the emergency landing according to a LOT spokesman.

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A Boeing 767 of Polish LOT airlines is pictured after an emergency landing at Warsaw airport on November 1. The plane en route from Newark with 230 people onboard made an emergency landing in Warsaw airport on Tuesday. No passengers were hurt, Polish media reported.

Reuters reports from WARSAW:

A Boeing 767 flying from New York with 230 people on board made an emergency landing at Warsaw's airport on Tuesday after trouble with landing gear.

No further information was available from Polish flag carrier LOT or from airport authorities and live footage showed an otherwise normal landing.

The plane had dropped fuel and circled above Warsaw for some time and Warsaw airport closed to all other flights, nearby streets were cleared, and a landing strip was especially prepared at the airport for the crash landing.