Air Travel Is the Great Equalizer

Posted By on September 16, 2011

Noticed:  Justice Ginsburg was on a United Airlines flight leaving from Dulles Airport headed to San Francisco when smoke began pouring into the main cabin.  Luckily, the plane had not yet left the runway.  The pilot ordered an emergency evacuation for the plane.  Everyone on board, including Justice Ginsburg and her Secret Service detail, had to use the emergency chutes to exit.  Justice Ginsburg took a later flight and arrived in San Francisco later the same evening.

No word yet on whether she took a chute from the left side or the right side of the plane.

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