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Tonight, some remarkable pictures from Istanbul, Turkey, where a passenger jet ran off a slick runway while landing. The plane broke apart and at least three people were killed. More than 180 people were able to get out. Charlie D'Agata has more on what happened. It came in so hard that the force is skidding off the runway, split the plane into pieces. The front of the fuselage not only ripped away but flipped upside down. Dramatic initial pictures showed not a single emergency worker insight . ...
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