The primary school is located about 14 miles (22.5 kilometers) east of Los Angeles International Airport. The local fire department sent about 70 firefighters and paramedics to the scene. At present, there are no wounded people going to the hospital in the surrounding area of the school, and relevant units have not issued evacuation instructions.
According to public information, flight dl89 took off from Los Angeles International Airport at 11:32 on the same day and returned to the airport 25 minutes later.
It is understood that the aircraft must land immediately after taking off due to failure. The weight of fuel carried by the aircraft may exceed its maximum landing weight. In addition, it is easy to cause fire due to high temperature due to friction and collision. Therefore, before landing, it is necessary to discharge fuel in the air.