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    A Forced emergency landing was made of Alaska Airlines Flight 1282 at Portland International Airport on Friday night.

    The flight, traveling from Portland to Ontario, California, faced severe depressurization, causing the ejection of a large window section and an unoccupied seat. This incident resulted in a child’s shirt being ripped off.

    The Boeing 737-900/-9MAX aircraft reached a maximum altitude of 16,300 ft before safely returning to Portland International Airport. As of now, it remains unclear if anyone on board the flight was injured, as this story is still developing. (Raws Alerts)

    The FAA will order immediate inspections of 171 Boeing 737 MAX 9 planes before they can return to flight.

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