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"You're Gonna Die Up There" AirAsia Flight #AK130 Makes Emergency Landing In Ho Chi Minh City After Passenger USB Battery Explodes

AirAsia flight makes emergency landing in Ho Chi Minh City after passenger USB battery explodes

AirAsia flight #AK130 was forced to make an emergency landing in Ho Chi Minh City on Wednesday after a passenger’s external battery exploded on board, leaving one victim severly burned. Flight #AK130 was on its way from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Hong Kong on Wednesday afternoon when a portable power bank being used by a Chinese national to charge a mobile phone exploded. The crew contacted Tan Son Nhat International Airport immediately following the incident, at around 5:25 pm, and requested an emergency landing, according to the airdrome’s duty chief. The aircraft was granted approval to land on runway 25L/07R and, after touching down, made its way to arpon No. 63. The injured passenger received immediate medical assistance from Tan Son Nhat’s emergency medical team upon the plane’s landing and was transferred to Cho Ray Hospital in District 5, eight kilometers from the airport, for burn treatment that evening. According to doctors at Cho Ray Hospital, the Chinese patient, 26, sustained burns covering over 12 percent of the body, including his left hand, left leg, left buttock, and left thigh. Source

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