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Monday, January 7, 2013

Plane Smoking, On Fire at Logan International Airport

From the Boston Globe:
A fire has been reported in an empty Boeing 787 Dreamliner parked at Logan International Airport, a Massport spokesman said this morning.

Boston firefighters are assisting the Massport Fire Department as they both battle a fire on a plane at Logan International Airport this morning.

Boston Fire Department spokesman Steve MacDonald said Massport is in charge of the firefighting effort and the city has sent an engine and ladder truck to provide assistance.

He said the Boston firefighters on the scene reported the fire was in the belly of the aircraft.
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2 comments:

  1. How many more tragedies like this will happen until our government bans dangerous assault planes!

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  2. Smoking is banned in almost all countries and especially in public places, but still people used tobacco cigarettes as a smoking in Airplanes or any other places. If you still want to remain as a smoker, then use electronic cigarettes. It is allowed in every place whether it is an airplane or any public area because it doesn’t produce smoke so there is no chance to harm anything as it does not contain any tobacco product. It only contains best4ecigs-e cigarette liquid which gives you the same feeling of real smoking.

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