BFRS Respond To Report Of Smoke On Aircraft

September 18, 2020 | 0 Comments

The Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service responded to a report of aircraft indicating smoke in the cabin, however after “investigation it was determined that the smoke indicator in the cockpit was faulty.”

A spokesperson said, “At 1:34pm today the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service Dispatch received a report of aircraft indicating smoke in the cabin 10 miles out from L.F. Wade International Airport.

“The BFRS responded with 10 appliances from Clearwater Station, Hamilton Station and a total of 17 firefighters.

“On arrival fire crews saw a Lear Jet with three persons onboard. Two firefighters wearing breathing apparatus inspected the inside and the outside of the Lear Jet. After investigation it was determined that the smoke indicator in the cockpit was faulty.”

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