US Plane lands safely after dropping debris outside house
Indian rescuers try drilling from above into disaster tunnel
Indian rescuers began drilling from above a debris-filled tunnel Thursday in a desperate bid to reach dozens of people missing since a flash flood likely caused by a breaking glacier four days earlier. On Thursday rescuers turned to a new method, attempting to drill down into one of several side tunnels to reach the missing men, authorities said. "This is connected to the main tunnel at a point beyond the slush and debris," rescuer Vivek Pandy told the Times of India daily."We hope that the trapped workers are in an auxiliary tunnel which can be accessed.
A plane flying over Broomfield, Colorado, dropped debris in several locations Saturday, said Broomfield police.
The Boeing 777-200 experienced failure with its right engine shortly after takeoff and has since landed safely at Denver International Airport, thesaid.
No injuries have been reported, police said.
Authorities released these photos of debris outside of a house.
"Some of the debris landed in Commons Park and in the Northmoor and Red Leaf neighborhoods," police said. "Our patrol officers are working to locate all of the debris."
United flight 328 was headed to Honolulu at the time, the FAA said.
The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate.
Broomfield is about 15 miles north of Denver.
This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.
ABC News' Amanda Maile contributed to this report.
3 dead after plane crashes in Georgia, leaving wing inside mobile home .
Three people are dead after a plane crashed in Gainesville, Georgia Friday afternoon.Gainesville fire division chief Keith Smith told reporters the fire department responded to a 911 call made shortly after 6 p.m. from a passerby who noticed debris from the plane on the side of the road.