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Air Canada Plane Makes Dangerous Landing Without A Wheel

Imagine being on that flight...
Air Canada Plane Makes Dangerous Landing Without A Wheel

Yesterday an Air Canada airplane took off from Montreal headed towards Heathrow airport, except the plane forgot one important piece of cargo. 

The wheel.

READ ALSO: Montreal Airplane Passengers Were Screaming As Tarantulas Crawled On Them

Shortly after taking off, one of the wheels snapped off a Boeing 777-300 and fell out of the sky. It was eventually found stuck in a fence a few miles away from P.E.T. Airport. Luckily it didn't land on a highway or on someone's house. 

The flight managed to land safely. In fact, the pilot had no idea the plane was even missing a wheel until the workers in London noticed. 

According to Daily Mail, one worker claims this could have been fatal.

***Plane in photo is a CRJ-900, no the actual Boeing 777-300 which lost the wheel***

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