Emergency Response On Alaska Airlines Flight After Powder Falls From Vent

Wochit Headline News - Friday, 13 January 2017
A de-icing product called glycol is believed to be responsible for a hazardous materials incident responsible for sending a flight-crew member to a hospital Thursday on a plane that landed in San Jose, California. Flight attendants in a front galley on an Alaska Airlines Flight saw a light powdery substance falling from a vent in the ceiling. The San Jose Fire Department’s communications center was notified of an issue onboard the flight.

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