By Simon Hradecky, Jun 18th 2013 via The Aviation Herald

A US Airways Boeing 757-200, flight US-119 from Kona, HI to Phoenix,AZ (USA) with 178 passengers and 6 crew, was being pushed back from the gate when smoke appeared on board of the aircraft prompting the evacuation of the aircraft via slides.

The FAA reported on Jun 18th, that 4 people received minor injuries as result of the evacuation. There was no fire, the smoke originated from the APU.

Scenes during the evacuation (Photo: Steve T.):

Scenes during the evacuation (Photo: Steve T.)

Original story, here.

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