Saturday another accident befell the new Charleston Boeing plant as parts fell out of a 787 engine onto a Charleston, SC runway, starting a fire and shutting down the Charleston airport temporarily.  The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is investigating the problem, along with Boeing and GE (the engine’s manufacturer).

The Charleston area Boeing plant (actually in North Charleston) opened last year and is adjacent to the Charleston Airport.  The company employs 3800 workers in the area.

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