Southwest Airlines has confirmed an accident involving Flight 1380, which made an emergency diversion to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) after issues were discovered with the number one engine resulting in damage to the fuselage. The 737-700 (N772SW) and was enroute from New York LaGuardia (LGA) to Dallas Love Field (DAL) with 144 passengers and five Southwest crew members onboard. According to media reports, the engine blew at 30,000 feet and shrapnel from the engine pierced a window causing the aircraft to depressurise. One passenger was killed and several others were injured. Our deepest sympathies go out to the family of

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