San Francisco firefighters and medical personnel were dispatched to San Francisco International airport after a plane landing there experienced mechanical problems, a fire dispatcher said.
Several units were dispatched to the airport because an Air Canada plane landed with its flaps stuck in a down position, the dispatcher said.
A duty manager at the airport confirmed that an Air Canada flight “came in with flap problems and landed safely.”
Three engines, two rescue captains, a truck and two medics were among the fire resources dispatched to the airport, another fire dispatcher said.
Patricia Decker, Bay City News
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