Lufthansa flight lands at Chicago O’Hare after laptop fire

Lufthansa states a flight from Los Angeles to Frankfurt, Germany, made an unscheduled landing at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport terminal after a passenger’s laptop captured fireCHICAGO– A Lufthansa trip from Los Angeles to Frankfurt, Germany, made an unscheduled touchdown at Chicago’s O’Hare International Flight terminal after a traveler’s laptop computer ignited, the airline company said.Monday evening’s landing at O’Hare was a precautionary action after an overheated laptop computer created a small fire in the traveler cabin, the airline company said.The fire was out by the time the plane made a risk-free landing, WLS-TV reported.None of the travelers were hurt, yet 2 steward were treated for smoke inhalation adhering to the “unscheduled touchdown,” Lufthansa said in a statement.The airline said its ground staff was aiding passengers obtain rebooked for flights to their last destinations as well as claimed it “is sorry for the aggravation triggered to guests.”

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