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Chicago airports, about 1.100 flights were deleted after an electrical problem
Chicago, USA - A faulty bathroom exhaust fan forced the evacuation of an air traffic control facility near the city
More than 1.100 flights were deleted yesterday, May 13, in both Chicago international airports because of an electrical problem in the Chicago Terminal Radar Approach Control (TRACON), an air Illinois traffic control facility in the city of Elgin. Officials temporarily halt all air traffic either at O'Hare and Midway airports and all personnel were evacuated for some hours. There were no injuries. The...
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