An Aeropostal DC-9 with 125 passengers and five crew made an emergency landing in Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela after a partial rupture of its two engines.
According to The Aviation Herald, the engines' pylons and support structures cracked at the airframe due to the hard landing.
There were no reported injuries of passengers or crew.
A commenter on Airlines.net Aviation Forums said, "You would think the landing gear would collapse before the engines got ripped off the fuselage..."
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