Southwest Airlines plane evacuated just before takeoff due to smoke in cabin and fire

Officials from John Wayne Airport say the crew of the Boeing 737 decided the plane should be evacuated using the aircraft’s front emergency slides just after the plane had pushed back from the gate. There were 139 passengers and five crew members on board, the Federal Aviation Administration says.

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