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Pence’s plane forced to return to New Hampshire airport after bird strike

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence’s plane was forced to return to a Manchester, New Hampshire, airport on Tuesday (September 22) after the plane struck a bird during takeoff, his office said.

“Out of abundance of caution, Air Force 2 returned safely back to Manchester,” Pence’s office said in a statement.

Pence boarded a different aircraft for the return trip to Washington, it said.

(Production: Njuwa Maina)

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