JetBlue plane lands safely at John F. Kennedy Airport after bird strike

A Florida-bound plane made a safe landing at John F. Kennedy Airport after a reported bird strike. JetBlue says that Flight 671 was en route

No injuries were reported, and the FAA says

No injuries were reported, and the FAA says it will investigate.

NEW YORK - A Florida-bound plane made a safe landing at John F. Kennedy Airport after a reported bird strike. 

JetBlue says that Flight 671 was en route to Palm Beach from Westchester County Airport when the captain decided to divert to JFK as a precaution Friday morning. 

All 142 passengers were given the option of getting on another flight to their destination or being taken back to Westchester. 

No injuries were reported, and the Federal Aviation Administration says it will investigate.

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