US spokesman Ross Feinstein confirmed the incident to USA Today, flight attendants, who were trained to fight high-energy battery fires, "quickly fired the fire and wasted the aircraft on the gate."
138 passengers or six crew members on board wounded Chicago Oheir International Airport Flight 168 from Las Vegas.
Transportation Safety Administration Allows e-cigarettes and accessories to be taken in a board or carry bagBut not in checked items.
Two days after New York's second American flight from Los Angeles, smoking in cabin after a mechanical problem with the galley refrigerator led by battery fire.
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