The FAA is still trying to figure out a mysterious windshield crack that caused an airline from Tampa to make an emergency landing.
U.S. Airways Flight 265 was taking 119 passengers from Tampa to Albuquerque, N.M., when it had to touch down because the pilot noticed the crack.
We're now hearing from some of the passengers, who said they had no idea what was going on initially.
"We were told to buckle our seat belts, that there was some turbulence, and immediately we started descending and then we were notified that there was some sort of mechanical issue," said passenger Diane Koningsor.
There's no word yet on what caused the windshield to crack. Koningsor said the gravity of the situation became clearer after the plane landed safely.
"I think once we touched down it was a little bit scarier seeing the actual windshield and knowing that we touched down and what could have been," she said.
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