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Replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Caught Fire In a U.S. Flight

Replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Caught Fire In a U.S. Flight :- In a shocking news, the replace device of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device also get caught fire in a airline. According to a source said that a Southwest Airlines flight was cancelled on Wednesday because of the blasting of a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone of a passenger caught fire in the plane. But, the passengers and crew members on the flight were safe. The flight was travelling from Louisville to Baltimore. There have been no injuries due to the incident. The owner of the device said that he already replaced his phone after the recall of the Note 7 devices for the battery issues.

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The Federal Consumer Product Safety Commission said that it is investigating the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 incident, which occurred on a Baltimore-bound flight before it departed from the Louisville International Airport Wednesday morning. The owner of the device replaced the phone on 21st September, 2016, where he got the replaced unit which indicates green battery icon.

The Samsung company has released a statement on the Galaxy Note 7 issue and said that we are able to retrieve the device, we cannot confirm that this incident involves the new Galaxy Note 7. We are working with the Airline authorities and Southwest to recover the device and confirm the cause.

Brain Green – The owner newly replaced Samsung Galaxy Note 7,  explained that he powered down the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 as requested by the crew member of the flight and put it in his pocket after which the phone began emitting smoke and then I dropped the device on the floor of the plane. Soon a thick grey-green smoke filled that entire section of the aeroplane.

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