Smoking Samsung Note7 Prompts Airplane Evacuation

The phone's owner, Brian Green, told ABC News that the device was a replacement Note7, which is supposed to be free of a battery defect that has sparked fires and prompted a massive recall.
0:39 | 10/06/16

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Transcript for Smoking Samsung Note7 Prompts Airplane Evacuation
Turning now to other news a news Samsung phone is being blamed for the evacuation of a southwest flight in Louisville, Kentucky passengers galaxy note seven started smoking in his pocket. As he sat in a plane just before take off. Frank green said it was a new replacement phone he received after the model was recalled because of overheating batteries and was powered down at the time. Popped its sizzle you could say even I was scared you know I was gonna have bits of glass in my hand and electronics and whatnot. The plane was quickly evacuated and no one was injured we should point out investigators are looking into the incidents which could lead to yet another recall.

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