PICTURED - The broken fan blade that caused the Denver air explosion: Engine piece snapped off mid-flight because of 'wear and tear', sparked fire and fell onto soccer field, investigators say | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

PICTURED - The broken fan blade that caused the Denver air explosion: Engine piece snapped off mid-flight because of 'wear and tear', sparked fire and fell onto soccer field, investigators say

The mid-air engine fire that caused debris from a Boeing 777 to rain down over Denver on Saturday was caused by a damaged fan blade suffering from 'metal fatigue', officials have announced in preliminary findings.

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