— Blair Hughes (@MrBlairHughes) October 28, 2016
“I guess there is a problem at O’Hare at this time,Inches Joe Maddon stated throughout his pregame press conference. “So she’s stuck in Philly. Hopefully she’ll arrive here tonight or tomorrow.
American Airlines flight 383 ignited on Friday mid-day. Seven passengers and something flight attendant were come to a healthcare facility for look at minor injuries caused once the Boeing 767 was evacuated.
Just arrived in Chicago.
Captain will get on mic and states forget your bags, just reach Wrigley.
Plane filled with @Cubs fans erupts with cheers. ????????
“Beanie” Maddon still resides in Hazleton, Pa., where Joe was elevated.
One of the passengers impacted by the shutdown? Albina “Beanie” Maddon. Mom of Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon was stuck within the Philadelphia airport terminal as she attempted to go to the Windy City for Game three of the World Series.
“But that’s tough for Beanie at this time, chilling out in Philly airport terminal.”
Planes started landing again around 5 p.m. giving lucky fans with tickets about two hrs to navigate the Kennedy Expressway on the way to Wrigley Field for first pitch.
We’re glad everybody is alright, but imagine waiting 71 years for that Cubs revisit the planet Series, spending $10K on tickets after which getting the world’s worst luck whenever your plane will get stranded due to a one-in-a-million runway fire? It’s almost enough to help you have confidence in curses.
CHICAGO — Friday afternoon’s plane fire at O’Hare briefly shut lower among the world’s busiest airports, grounding a large number of flights and causing planes in mid-air to become diverted.