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>> A plane engine fire temporarily shutting down Newark Airport on Tuesday night after emergency slides were deployed on a United Airlines jet bound for San Francisco. Local TV says 124 passengers and 7 crew were on board the flight when flames broke out on the plane's right side engine.
Airport officials say five people suffered minor injuries, Port Authority firefighters worked to bring the blaze under control. The airport shut down for two hours and the Boeing 757 was towed to the United hangar. Newark is one of three airports serving the New York City area, the FAA says it will investigate the incident.