Southwest 737 diverts to Albuquerque after 'unusual smell' in cabin

Southwest 737 diverts to Albuquerque after 'unusual smell' in cabin

Southwest 737 diverts to Albuquerque after 'unusual smell' in cabin

The horrifying incident, which could have turned unsafe, took place on flight 3562, which was set to take off from Phoenix to fly to Dallas, Texas, according to local news.

The statement added there were 140 passengers onboard the plane when the incident occurred, all of whom were evacuated from the aircraft upon landing. Initial reports indicate five Customers requested an assessment by medical personnel.

Passengers were put on another aircraft in New Mexico to continue to their final destination. Apparently an electrical fire filled the cabin with smoke forcing Southwest Airlines 3562 to land.

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He said it was a 2.4m jump to the tarmac from the wing.

"The diverted aircraft will remain in Albuquerque until our Mechanics inspect and clear its return to service".

Passengers said they could feel heat from the vents shortly before the plane made its emergency landing.

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"It was disorienting. (You think), 'Do I really just jump down?'" "It was dark, cold and rainy", he said.

The fire department said two people were brought to local hospitals but did not reveal the nature of their injuries. The airport officials, however, praised the flight's crew for their smooth and professional handling of the situation.

Passengers also tweeted about their unexpected experience on the Southwest flight, with one user writing that he was helping catch people who came down the inflatable slide from the wing.

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A Dallas Police officer aboard the flight tweeted that Dallas-based Southwest's flight attendants "did a great job!"

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