"I understand what they're doing," said Donna Imbery, a Cape Coral resident at Southwest Florid International,
Substitute mechanics have had to deal with blown tires, on a plane, that landed in Detroit and another plane. That one had to make an emergency landing because of smoke in the cabin. Both incidents happened in Detroit.
|Quoting Lincoln (Reply 4):|
Uh... Lets see the airline mechanics had to deal with blown tires on a plane? Imagine that. "...in Detroit and another plane. That one had to make an emergency landing...Both incidents happened in Detroit." Aside from being blatantly redundant (you already told me it happened in Detroit once), it is awkward sentance structure at its best [and this is comming from someone who has never excelled in my English classes].
Aside from that, on a factual how does "WINK" know that the airline is grounding planes if the airline isn't admitting it as they state in the first paragraph of the story?