Last Saturday on August 10th, 2019, Norwegian Flight DY7115 took off from Rome Fiumicino Airport headed for Los Angeles with 298 passengers on board. Shortly after the departure, the airplane suffered an engine failure, and the pilots announced that they would head back to Rome.
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The aircraft, a 5.5 year old Boeing 787-8 reportedly lost some parts of its engine during its climb. Those parts then fell down in the city of Rome, where they damaged roofs and cars. Because of the air resistance, the parts started to heat up during the fall, so they were glowing. Luckily, nobody on the ground was hurt.
The incident is now under investigation by ENAC, the Italian Flight Safety Agency. The subject aircraft is still on the ground in Rome.