She says plungers aren't used to repair toilets on airliners. She says, "It's not a toilet like you have at your home. It's a mechanical process to repair the lavatory."
Clark says she doesn't know the nature of the malfunction, but says Flight 655 took off about 11:15 a.m. instead of 8:15 a.m. Monday after airline officials decided to close the broken lavatory. That means all passengers are having to use a lavatory in the coach section.