You Are Now Free To Bounce Around The Runway
Think you had a bad weekend?
It could have been worse: You could have been coming home from Denver on Contintental.
As you've no doubt heard, a Continental jet skidded off the runway into a ravine while trying to take off Saturday.
Continental has issued an Official Statement:
"The care of our passengers, crew and family members is our highest priority and they will receive any assistance necessary," said Larry Kellner, Continental Airlines' chairman and chief executive officer. "We are deeply concerned by this accident and will do everything we can for the passengers, their families and our co-workers."
Perhaps a better statement, though, was that given by a Denver Fire Department official, who said it was a miracle everyone survived.
-- Richard Connelly
Get the This Week's Top Stories Newsletter
Every week we collect the latest news, music and arts stories — along with film and food reviews and the best things to do this week — so that you’ll never miss Houston Press' biggest stories.
- Rational East Texas Man Urges Violence and Tells Cops to "Step the Hell Aside"...
Sat., Sep. 5, 6:00pm
Sat., Sep. 5, 6:10pm
Sat., Sep. 5, 7:00pm
Sat., Sep. 12, 12:00am
- Texas Horse Racing Will Continue, At Least For Three More Months
- Court Calls Texas Churches Campaigning Against LGBT-Friendly Politicians "Paranoid"