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A  Delta flight on its way to Los Angeles had to make an emergency landing  in Atlanta on Thursday. Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman  Kathleen Bergen said Delta Flight 125 departed Hartsfield-Jackson  International Airport on Thursday around 4:45 p.m. According to Delta  spokeswoman Heather Faulkner, the captain saw an indicator light  alerting him to possible engine trouble during takeoff. After seeing the  indicator light, the captain decided to return to Atlanta. He circled  over the Atlanta metro area to burn off some excess fuel before landing  at 5:10 p.m. Delta and the FAA are both investigating the cause of the  engine problem.

Thankfully there were  security mechanisms in place that were able to stop this incident from  escalating into an accident where someone was injured. The pilot  involved in this incident used caution to get everyone on the ground  safely. If you have been involved in a plane incident in which the  situation escalated and people were injured, you may wish to speak with a  personal injury lawyer.

SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA –  A 2-year-old boy died Friday after he was mauled by a pit bull on  Thursday night in San Bernardino. Sergeant Travis Walker of the San  Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said the dog was a family pet and  it was a tragic accident. The boy was in the backyard  of his family home with the dog when the attack occurred around 7:30  p.m. Thursday night. The home was on the 1500 block of Kendall Drive.  The boy sustained major head trauma. He was rushed to Loma Linda  University Medical Center where he died around 1:30 a.m.

In this tragic accident,  the family’s own pet killed their child. Our hearts go out to the family  in their time of need. If you have been injured or lost a loved one to  an accident involving someone else’s pet, you may wish to recover money  to compensate you for the harm you have suffered .SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – The  Medical Examiner’s Office has identified a man who was killed last  Saturday in an off-road crash in Borrego Springs. The man was  45-year-old Patrick Dean Perkins of Bonsall. Perkins had gone to the  off-roading area with friends and was driving a sandrail-type dune  buggy.

The accident  occurred around 4:20 p.m.  Perkins rounded a corner too quickly and the vehicle turned nearly 36  degrees and landed on his side. According to the Medical Examiner’s  Office, Perkins’ passenger was able to get out but he was trapped under  the roll bar and died at the scene. Our thoughts  are with the family of the man killed in this accident. It appears this  was just tragic error. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in  an accident caused by another person or a faulty product, you may wish  you speak to a personal injury lawyer or wrongful death lawyer.

LOS ANGELES,  CALIFORNIA – 57-year-old  Christian Hansen Gunn was killed in a San  Bernardino car accident after the 2002 Nissan  Sentra in which he was a passenger was involved in a head-on collision  on State Route 18. The Sentra was traveling north on Route 18 near Old  Waterman Canyon Road on the morning of May 29 when a Dodge Neon  traveling in the southbound lane hit the Sentra head-on.

Police said  the driver of the Neon was street racing at the time of the collision  and his excessive speed and lack of attention to the road caused the  collision. Gunn died at the scene of the accident. The Sentra’s driver  and two people who had been in the Neon were taken to a local hospital  for treatment of injuries.

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