SEATAC, Wash. — A plane that left Spokane was diverted to Seattle after a bird strike Friday, according to United Airlines.
United flight 812 from Spokane to Denver departed at 5:38 a.m. The airline said the strike happened shortly after takeoff.
The plane landed at Sea-Tac at 6 a.m., where it remained on the tarmac until about 8:35 a.m., when it departed for Denver.
United said the Airbus A320 landed safely. No one was hurt.
A passenger on the flight sent KIRO 7 a photo from a flight attendant that showed a bloody cockpit windshield after the birds hit.
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