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American Airlines Flight Forced to Turn Around and Make Emergency Landing

An American Airlines flight from San Francisco to Dallas was forced to make an emergency landing on Monday when the walls of the passenger cabin started to break apart, exposing the plane's insulation. Passengers aboard American Airlines Flight 2293 say they heard popping sounds when the plane began to shake violently moments after taking off from San Francisco International Airport. They also reported feeling a change in cabin pressure, something that an American Airlines spokesman would later refute. AA spokesman, Matt Miller, told the Daily Mail that the plane "did not lose cabin pressure" and that "oxygen masks did not deploy."

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