US Airways Flight 1702 was on takeoff roll when, at some point, the nose gear collapsed. A statement from US Airways quoted by local news states that a tire blew on takeoff and the pilot elected to abort the takeoff. The statement continued saying that the aircraft (Airbus A320) had left the ground when the pilot elected to put it back on the runway. One passenger was quoted as reporting the plane took off and then returned to the runway nose first - "we were airborne, then struck back down by the nose." The aircraft was evacuated and there were no serious injuries among the 149 passengers and 5 crew.
The audio doesn't reveal a whole lot except that the tower controller had difficulty trying to discern what the problem was. Clip is in real time from the point where AWE1702 is cleared for takeoff. I couldn't find any real relevant.interesting comms on the other PHL channels covered.