October 25, 2014
NEW YORK (AP) - Federal investigators say one of the engines on the US Airways jetliner that made an emergency landing in the Hudson River is missing.
National Transportation Safety Board spokesman Ted Lopatkiewicz said Friday that he doesn't know which one is separated from the wreckage.
Police divers are using sonar to help find the engine, while crews are trying to pull the aircraft from the river.
In a photograph of the plane as it approached the river, it appears to have both of its engines.
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