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Cleaning fluid almost caused an air disaster

2019-10-22T04:27:28.391Z

A London-based Heathrow airport has been forced to change direction and make an emergency landing at Dublin airport in Ireland due to a spill of cleaning liquid.



London - One of London's Heathrow airport has had to change direction and make an emergency landing at Dublin airport in Ireland due to a spill of cleaning fluid.

The American Airlines' AA729 flight from Heathrow to Philadelphia, United States, was forced to make an emergency landing at Dublin airport in Ireland, at around 1 pm UK time, due to a spill of cleaning liquid that caused the crew to faint.

The plane hit the passengers with their eyes, as they felt as if their eyes were burning.


The commander of the flight wirelessly asked the Air Traffic Center to re-divert the aircraft to Dublin airport in Ireland for a medical emergency due to the injury of passengers and infections in their skin and eyes, after the leakage of the smell of chemical liquid cleaning spills in the kitchen.

Source: emara

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