(KGTV) One person is dead after being partially sucked out of the window of an airplane.
Southwest Flight 1380 was forced to make an emergency landing after engine failure following takeoff from New York. The plane was headed for Dallas.
Witnesses say the engine exploded, shattering one of the windows and a female passenger was nearly sucked out of the plane at 32,000 feet.
The captain was able to safely land the plane in Philadelphia where 148 people were able to walk off the plane, but the injured female passenger was transported to a local hospital and died later, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
Jennifer Riordan, a Wells Fargo bank executive from New Mexico, is the only fatality from the incident.