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TODAY   |  June 11, 2013

Plane dented at 26,000 feet in mystery incident

An image of an Air China plane that was forced to make an emergency landing shows a large dent in the aircraft’s nose, reportedly sustained high in the sky. With no evidence of a bird strike, experts are trying to figure out the cause.

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>> the mysterious incident at 26,000 feet forced an air china passenger jet to make an emergency landing . the entire nose is dented in. the pilot said the plane wasn't performing well and a loud bang was heard from the front of the aircraft. was it a bird strike that caused the dent. experts don't believe so because there's were no signs of blood or feathers left. no one was injured. theories anyone?