Flight From Orlando Lands At Philadelphia International With Cracked Windshield After Hailstorm

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —  Officials say a hailstorm may be to blame for cracking the windshield of a U.S. Airways flight from Orlando as it approached Philadelphia International Airport.

The incident was reported around 4:39 p.m. Thursday.

U.S. Airways Flight 768 landed safely and taxied safely to the gate.

There were 155 people on board, 150 passengers and five crew members.

No one on board was injured.

U.S. Airways believes that hail may have caused the windshield crack.

An investigation is ongoing.




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