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Topic - Grant Cardone
The problem of birds living near some of the nation's busiest airports is coming under renewed scrutiny after two emergency landings in a week and more than three years after the famous ditching of a jetliner in the Hudson River.
"I felt like the plane was going to roll over on its right side," Mr. Cardone said. "Those five or six seconds were terrifying."