I found it in the archives, no time to shorten it up though since I am at work. Anyone who is interested, it is in the 2030z-2100 archive for Newark on March 20th. Starts at 20:50 into the archive.
Not a lot in there, they report engine failure, roll the trucks. Then you hear passing plane report small flames from engine...then alot of chatter as tower redirects planes that were on final for that runway.
It was a contained engine failure. The B777 engines have containment on them much like the newer Rolls Royce engines to prevent failures from breaching the fuselage or fuel tanks.
I can remeber awhile ago when a Fokker-100 had an turbine blade failure that cut through the fuselage killing some people. For anybody who hasn't seen one, the Fokker-100 is similar to an Embraer where you can get the great rear window seat looking at the engine cowling.