A plane flying over Broomfield, Colorado, fell debris in many places Saturday, '' said Broomfield authorities.
No accidents are reported, authorities said.
A individual familiar with the situation told ABC News that researchers will concentrate on a potential uncontained engine failure dependent on the vibration detected in video proof and damage to the containment ring.
Authorities released photographs of debris out of a home.
"A number of the debris landed in Commons Park and at the Northmoor and Red Leaf areas," police said. "Our patrol officers are working to find all the debris."
Broomfield authorities urged residents to not touch any debris that they encounter, and also to report it to the section.
"The biggest thing at the moment is we're now securing the spectacle," Welte said during a media briefing. "The debris was far and wide. If you discover a violation in your house, near your house, in your area, please do not touch it"
Broomfield seems to be the sole area affected now, Welte said.
Police began hearing reports by residents soon after 1 local time of a loud explosion and that which they believed was a plane falling from the skies.
"The very fact that we're still not getting reports of some accidents is completely shocking at this time," Welte said. "It is wonderful."
United flight 328 was led to Honolulu in the moment, the FAA stated.
In a statement, United explained the flight had been met by emergency crews"as a precaution" later returning to Denver.
"There are no reported accidents onboard, and we're going to discuss more info as it becomes available," it stated.
All of deplaned and were hauled back into the terminal. The airline said it's currently working on obtaining the clients a brand new flight to Honolulu during the upcoming few hours.