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For the second time in two days, a bird strike forced a JetBlue plane back to John F. Kennedy International Airport, according to aviation officials.
Sunday, Bahamas-bound Jetblue flight 721 returned to the tarmac around 10 a.m. as a precaution. It is unclear what, if any damage the aircraft sustained. According to officials, it was not a direct bird strike.
No passengers or crew members suffered injuries.
This was the second such incident for JetBlue, after a flight bound for the Dominican Republic was forced to turn back Saturday afternoon.