According to ESPN's Royce Young, the Thunder landed in Chicago around 1 a.m. local time. However, Delta officials believe the aircraft likely struck a bird at 30,000 feet, which caused the nose of the plane to cave in.
The Oklahoma City Thunder saw a unusual sight when their plane arrived at Midway Airport Saturday morning.
Small forward Josh Huestis tweeted, "I guess we hit something?" 30000 feet in the air.
The team were quite "surprised" after disembarking to find the actual done to the plane. Anthony wrote on Instagram before reassuring his fans that the team made it safely to the ground.
Police say 10-year-old led them on three-county vehicle chase
She also told troopers that the child took a family member's auto earlier this month and went on a joyride. The child was taken to the hospital and will be placed in custody of Erie County Children's Services.
It's now possible to delete WhatsApp messages from the recipient's phone
Whatsapp also warns that even if you delete a message, the recipient may still have had a chance to see and open the message. WABetaInfo claims the rollout for WhatsApp's recall feature will be very slow and hit iOS , Android , and Windows Phone.
Body of woman missing almost 6 months found after husband hangs himself
Police discovered the body of 47-year-old Christopher Lockhart in the basement of his home in Portage , Michigan , MLive reported. Theresa family said they will plan a proper memorial and thank the community for their continued support.
Steven Adams posted a photo on Twitter asking NASA, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, and science educator Bill Nye (who was a former mechanical engineer for Boeing) for help figuring out what happened to the plane.
The Oklahoma City Thunder's plane landed safely after a mid-air collision that left a huge dent in the nose of the plane.
Patrick Patterson said the Thunder hit Superman.