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SOURCE – A Korean Air flight from Dallas to Seoul made an emergency landing Sunday at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport after problems during takeoff.
Korean Air Flight 32 took off around 11:50 a.m. and soon after departure, its pilot reported an issue and said the plane needed to land, airport spokesman David Magaña said. The plane circled overhead for about 40 minutes to dump fuel and landed safely. No one was injured and airport fire crews found no “remaining hazards,” Magaña said.
MyFoxDFW.com reports the landlord, who rents out two homes next to one another, initially stopped by because the other home had been burglarized. According to a police report, the thief had broken a window and stole a shotgun.
The landlord discovered the body of a woman in her 20s when he went to go check on the couple that lives in the other house.
Neighbors tell MyFoxDFW.com a couple in their mid-20s lives in the home, but their truck has not been seen since Monday. Authorities declined to comment on the case.