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BRITISH Airways' procedures were under the spotlight last night after an accident report revealed that doors on both engines of the BA plane in last week's Heathrow emergency landing drama had been left unlatched during maintenance.
DOORS on both engines of the British Airways plane in last week's Heathrow emergency landing drama had been left unlatched during maintenance, according to an official accident report.
And despite the coupe styling there's plenty of luggage space, and even more if you drop the rear seats, which can be unlatched from inside the boot.
And despite the coupe styling, there's plenty of luggage space, and even more if you drop the rear seats, which can be unlatched from inside the boot.
He entered the residence through an unlatched door looking for his ex-girlfriend.
A state police report on a fatal Route 2 accident involving two men who fell out of an emergency exit window has concluded that the window was unsecured, and possibly unlatched, by another passenger.
Al Moori, following an unexplained incident during race one where his hood came unlatched, should have found himself second on the starting grid, but instead was garage bound along with his damaged vehicle.
During a collision in such situations, the seat belt becomes unlatched and can allow the latch plate to pull out of the buckle.
When the glider reached 200 feet above the ground, Sneller heard a loud bang, looked over his right shoulder and saw the glider's rear door was unlatched, the NTSB report said.
For loading or unloading of the cylinder the lever is unlatched, swung down 90 degrees and the base pin can be removed.
That goes for the hood as well which can be opened electronically in just 12 seconds once it has been unlatched manually.
As soon as I saw her hair, I knew it was Camilla - so I rushed to the front door and unlatched it.