Plane Blows Tires During Landing at Reagan National

No injuries reported

Monday, Apr 9, 2012  |  Updated 9:27 PM EDT
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It was a shaky landing for a United flight after the jet blew two tires as it was landing, and the wind played a big role. Jane Watrel talked to passengers.

Jane Watrel

It was a shaky landing for a United flight after the jet blew two tires as it was landing, and the wind played a big role. Jane Watrel talked to passengers.

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A United Airlines flight blew two rear tires Monday morning at Reagan National Airport but landed safely.

United Airlines Flight 1075 from Houston arrived at Reagan just after 11 a.m.

No injuries were reported. After landing, the Boeing 737-700 was towed to a gate.

The runway re-opened at 11:30 a.m.

There were 122 passengers and five crew members on board, according to United spokeswoman Christen David.

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