FAA Investigates Emergency Plane Landing

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The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating an emergency landing at Houston's Hobby Airport.

One of the plane's tires caught fire as it was landing.

Southwest Airlines flight 519 was en-route from New Orleans and all 47 passengers and the five crew members had to be evacuated by emergency chutes.

"We landed. It was extremely bumpy," passenger Cathy Nguyen recalled. "So I talked to one of the other passengers, 'Do you think, flat tire?' He's like, 'Probably so.' And then they were like panicking, 'Get out, get out, get out!' And then I was the first one out, because I was in row one. I had my baby, went down the shoot, and that was it."

Fortunately, none of the passengers were injured.

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