Nose to the Ground: US Airways Plane Emergency Landing in Houston

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HOUSTON — It’s one thing to keep your nose to the grindstone, but it’s another to run it straight into the ground! That’s what happened to a US Airways flight at Bush Intercontinental Airport. The plane, flying in from Philly  Monday night, had to make an emergency landing without it’s nose gear.

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