From: (RD Rick)
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Date:         03 Nov 96 19:56:57 
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In <airliners.1996.2215@ohare.Chicago.COM> (Keith
Barr) writes:
>In article <airliners.1996.2169@ohare.Chicago.COM>,
>Charles Platt <> wrote:
>>I was told by a 747 captain that he could continue a takeoff on two
>>engines. But even if this is untrue, if an ETOPS plane loses two engines
>>on takeoff, it's in MUCH DEEPER trouble, wouldn't you say?

>Does anyone know if there has ever been a case of multiple,
simultaneous, unrelated, turbine engine failures above V1?  It seems to
>me that if you have two engines die, no matter how many you have, they
>are all likely to go.

In the late sixties or early seventies a Continental 707 lost both
engines on one side during takeoff from LAX.  They were able to come
around and land safely.  I don't remember if one engine fodded the
other, or if they were independent failures.

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Of course, if you don't have enough power to clear obstacles with
enough rudder to keep the plane straight, then you better pull what
power you have and make a descent in which you can maintain directional