DALLAS (AP) - Nearly 200 Southwest Airlines jets are being
inspected after something caused a hole -- about the size of a
football -- on a plane during a flight to Baltimore. Witnesses say the hole was one foot by one foot and appeared while in flight. What caused the hole is a mystery. Dallas-based Southwest says nobody was hurt and the Boeing 737 safely landed Monday night in West Virginia.
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