- Reports of smoke pressured passengers and crew to evacuate a Southwest Airlines jet at John Wayne Airport (SNA) in Orange County, California.
- Southwest stated there was a report of a “doable hearth close to the rear exterior” of flight 2123 because the aircraft pushed again from the gate at John Wayne on its strategy to San Jose.
- Emergency slides had been deployed and all 139 passengers and 5 crew members exited the aircraft safely.
Passengers and crew had been pressured to exit a Southwest Airlines aircraft at John Wayne Airport (SNA) in Orange County after a report of a “doable hearth close to the rear exterior of the plane,” the provider stated in an announcement to Business Insider on Monday night time.
“Upon push again of the plane, the Captain accountable for Flight #2123 with scheduled service from Orange County to San Jose acquired a sign by floor personnel of a doable hearth close to the rear exterior of plane,” a Southwest spokesperson stated.
“Standard protocol was initiated and evacuation slides had been deployed. Local Fire and Rescue met the plane and the 139 passengers and 5 Crew Members departed the plane through the slides.”
The airline stated paramedics had been on website, however no severe accidents had been reported.