Southwest plane blows 2 tires at DIA

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DENVER – A rough landing for a Southwest Airlines 737 at Denver International Airport on Tuesday.

Flight 3769 from Manchester, New Hampshire had just landed at about 8:30 a.m. when its two main left tires went flat, airport managers said.

The plane had to be towed to the terminal at which point passengers disembarked and were picked by buses.

No one was hurt.

DIA and Southwest are still trying to determine why the tires went flat.

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