Sue Martin and her service dog, Quan.
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  • American Airlines plane makes emergency landing, passengers cheer

    The flight returned to D/FW Airport safely Wednesday night after flames were spotted coming from one of the engines. A passengers on the flight, which was bound for Seattle, shared his video of the landing.