Federal Aviation Administration officials say a plane struck a deer while on departure at Charlotte Douglas International Airport just before noon on Wednesday.
Charlotte Douglas spokeswoman Lee Davis told The Charlotte Observer the airport will evaluate how the deer got on the runway as part of its wildlife management plan.
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The plane was then forced to land in MS, according to WSOCTV. In a statement, American Airlines said "The airplane came immediately back to the airport and landed safely". Yet, that's what happened today when an American Airlines regional jet struck a deer on the runway and began leaking fuel.
The flight was bound for Mississippi.
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Airline officials said none of the 44 passengers or 4 crew members were injured in the collision. "However, the airport property includes thousands of fenced acres and includes vast areas of undeveloped land", the spokesperson said.
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