United A320 near Daytona Beach on Feb 26th 2020, battery charger discharges itself
Last Update: February 26, 2020 / 22:34:41 GMT/Zulu time
Daytona Beach Airport reported the battery charger caught fire, the fire was contained within the passenger's bag. Cabin crew put the bag into a fire retardant container.
The aircraft departed Daytona Beach after about 70 minutes on the ground and reached Nassau with a delay of 2 hours.
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