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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

CSW BREAKING: Aircraft Emergency Ends Safely at K.C.I. Airport

At  7:20 p.m.- five Kansas City MO Fire department structural companies and HazMat-71 joined KCI fire/rescue crews on an "Alert-2-" an incoming aircraft-in-trouble standby.


The plane- reportedly a "Southwest" Airlines flight- has "109" people on-board along with a "hazardous material" reported to be "battery acid."


The reason given for the standby was there were "fumes in the cockpit" of the plane.

 At 7:32 p.m. KCI fire/rescue reports the "aircraft has landed safely" and the airport crash/fire rigs and HazMat-71 were following the plane to the terminal for further checks.


Those checks revealed a "leak" of an unknown substance- possibly in the aircraft's cargo hold and HazMat remained on-scene as of 8:45 p.m..

One person was possibly treated for an unknonw injury.

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