Plane headed to Cleveland from Chicago forced to turn around after windshield shatters mid-flight

Chicago forced to turn around

An American Airlines flight made a beeline for Cleveland Saturday evening had an unnerving mishap after the windshield broke mid-flight, as indicated by American Airlines and TMZ.

The flight, which withdrew from O’Hare International Airport in Chicago around 1:30 p.m., was noticeable all around for roughly 30 minutes before a mechanical issue with the windscreen happened and constrained the trip to re-visitation of the air terminal, American Airlines said.

American Airlines said that the plane landed securely and navigated to the entryway without occurrence, and subsequent to evolving airplane, re-left for Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

No wounds to any clients or group individuals were accounted for, American Airlines said.

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