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via AeroInside.com

A Virgin America Airbus A319-100, registration N524VA performing flight VX-363 from Boston, MA to Los Angeles, CA (USA) with 109 passengers and 5 crew, was enroute at FL380 80nm north of Omaha, NE (USA), almost overhead Sioux City Gateway Airport, IA, when the crew detected abnormal indications for the left hand engine (CFM56) and shut the engine down. The aircraft diverted to Omaha’s Eppley Airport for a safe landing on runway 32L about 25 minutes later.

Runway 32L was temporarily closed while emergency services checked the aircraft.

Original source: here.

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