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Ryanair/Buzz flight FR4626 from Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) to John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice (KRK) was forced to evacuate due to smoke in the cabin. While this is alarming, there were no injuries reported. Unfortunately, passengers never seem to listen and many are seen scrambling from the aircraft with their carry-on bags in tow.
Ryanair/Buzz 737 MAX evacuated at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport after smoke filled the cabin while starting the engines. No injuries reported. pic.twitter.com/k1pQs6mz4x
— Breaking Aviation News & Videos (@aviationbrk) December 10, 2023
The alarm was sounded shortly after the plane left the gate. This prompted a full evacuation onto the tarmac. Emergency services and airport authorities assisted with the evacuation. Smoke can be seen in the video above, but the cause of the smoke has not yet been determined.
During an emergency evacuation, passengers are supposed to leave all personal belongings behind. This video like many others shows passengers completely disregarding this and coming down slides with bags, suitcases, and more. Taking the time to bring your carry-ons could mean life or death for people behind you in an evacuation.
Anthony’s Take: Thankfully, there were no reported injuries and the incident occurred before takeoff. It’s a shame that people can’t listen and feel the need to bring their bags.
(Featured Image Credit: @aviationbrk via Twitter/X.)
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