Delta flight returns to MSP after engine problems

The Delta Air Lines plane was headed to Orlando when an indicator light came on shortly after takeoff. WCCO reports the pilot shut down the engine and safely returned to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Friday night.
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The Delta Air Lines plane was headed to Orlando when an indicator light came on shortly after takeoff. WCCO reports the pilot shut down the engine and safely returned to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Friday night.

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