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Over the weekend, a passenger airplane experienced a catastrophic engine failure showering engine parts over multiple neighborhoods. Almost as soon as social media started showing pictures of airplane parts in people’s yards, insurance social media started talking about coverage for property damage caused by those parts. So here we are. Since a lot of yards are involved, let’s look at the homeowners policy.

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