Bird strike causes JetBlue plane to make emergency landing

A bird strike caused a JetBlue plane to make an emergency landing in Westchester.The JetBlue flight took off around 6:45 p.m. last night from Westchester

WOODBURY - A bird strike caused a JetBlue plane to make an emergency landing in Westchester.

The JetBlue flight took off around 6:45 p.m. last night from Westchester County Airport when two birds hit the windshield.

The jet bound for West Palm Beach, Fla. landed safely with no damage or injuries.

The 54 passengers were eventually transferred to another plane. Last Thursday, another jet made an emergency landing at JFK following a bird strike.

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