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An American Airlines flight leaving from Boston was delayed over a possible bird strike and was forced to turn back around. 

The plane left Boston Logan Airport and was scheduled to land at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport just before 8 p.m. 

Images from FlightRadar24, which shows real-time flight patterns, show the plane circling around the Boston area before returning to the airport.


A Massachusetts Port Authority spokesperson told Fox News that the plane "landed without incident." 


American Airlines did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment. 

Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.

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U Of M Campus Alert Warns Of Man Attempting To Record People In Dormitory Shower

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — An alert at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities campus warns students that a man attempted to record people as they showered in a dormitory.

According to the university’s alert page, the latest incident happened around 1:20 a.m. Thursday in Frontier Hall. The victim reported that they saw a cell phone that was mint green in color with a clear case.

About a week ago, a similar incident was also reported in the same dormitory. The victim in that case described the suspect as a man in his 20s wearing a black baseball hat, black shirt with neon green writing, red underwear, and black loose-fitting jeans.

Surveillance video showed someone with a similar description walking early Thursday morning in Comstock Hall, which is a few blocks west of Frontier Hall on the East Bank campus.

Anyone on campus who experiences a similar incident is asked to call 911.


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