PIA B773 near Dammam on Feb 2nd 2017, battery thermal runaway
Last Update: February 2, 2017 / 21:33:51 GMT/Zulu time
The Aviation Herald received information, that it remained unclear whether it was the internal battery of the smartphone or an external battery pack. An investigation into the occurrence is under way.
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