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17 July 2017, 03:55 | Kelvin Horton
Passengers evacuated from plane after someone 'passed gas'
But if you think things can not get more freaky, then you are clearly wrong. "(A) medical call came in for someone affected by an odor after the plane deplaned normally", an airline said in an email to the Charlotte Observer.
Media outlets from the United Kingdom to India were reporting Sunday that an American Airlines flight had to be evacuated after other passengers became sick from smelling an ailing man's gas.
A person who "passed gas" forced a plane in North Carolina to empty yesterday when the smell caused fellow passengers to report nausea and headaches, U.S. media reported. "But it is not due to "passed gas" as mentioned," said spokesman Ross Feinstein.
American Airlines, however, said the smell was due to a mechanical issue. WNCN reported that the flight is not being identified yet nor from where it was or was its destination.
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