United flight mayhem caused by a mother shouting that her child must vomit

United flight mayhem caused by a mother shouting that her child must vomit

A United Airlines passenger became angry after yelling that her child needed to vomit, resulting in a violent conflict with flight attendants.

The chaotic scene unfolding during on United Flight 476 after a passenger became irate. She was later removed by Chicago police who took her when the plane arrived at the gate
Sunday morning’s incident on a flight from San Francisco to Chicago began when a woman stood up as the plane was beginning to land. She cried that her child needed to vomit, and flight attendants instructed her to take a seat.

The woman then shoved an airline employee, sending her to a hospital in Chicago. A second mother and a child aged three were also transported to hospitals for observation.

The passenger, identified as Sarah, was evacuated by Chicago police after the plane landed at O’Hare airport in Chicago.

Reports of a ‘disturbance’ on United Flight 476 aroused the police.Several flight attendants rushed over to the screaming woman during the early morning flight

The plane had taken off from San Francisco bound for Chicago when the unusual incident was captured on camera by another passenger.

In the footage, multiple flight attendants are seen in the crowded aisle questioning a woman holding a young child who is screaming and demanding to know where the child is. Fox News announced.

One of the female flight attendants can be heard announcing in a slightly panicky manner, “Ma’am, we are about to land.” Before saying: ‘Sarah, step back. Step backwards. Sarah, step back!’

As another flight attendant is seen running to assist in the front of the aircraft, the flight attendant continues to instruct the passenger to “move back.”

The mom whose child looks to be weeping is pointing at one of the female flight attendants, while the others passengers stay sitting and calm.

Unknown is the cause of the female passenger’s outburst before it occurred.

After a passenger became angry aboard United Flight 476, a tumultuous scene ensued. She was subsequently removed by Chicago police as the plane’s gate arrived.

During the early morning flight, multiple flight attendants hurried to the wailing woman.A scene of the  crowded aisles as other passengers tried to remain calm. The plane was headed to Chicago's O'Hare airport from San Francisco

A view of the congested aisles as other passengers attempted to maintain their composure. The jet left San Francisco for Chicago’s O’Hare airport.

According to a statement from Chicago police, three persons on the plane were sent to Resurrection Hospital for evaluation.

United Airlines reported that there were no significant injuries, although it is unknown what type of injuries the three individuals sustained.

The Chicago Police Department and the FBI are conducting an investigation on the incident today.On Sunday, United Airlines issued a statement saying that 'a disruptive customer on a flight from San Francisco to Chicago was removed by law enforcement upon landing on Sunday

United Airlines published a statement on Sunday stating that law enforcement removed a disruptive passenger off a San Francisco to Chicago flight upon landing on Sunday.

United Airlines published a statement on Sunday stating that law enforcement removed a disruptive passenger off a San Francisco to Chicago flight upon landing on Sunday.

One member of the flight attendant crew was brought to a hospital for evaluation, the statement stated.

Following the harrowing episode, the airline expressed gratitude to their employees.

The statement read, “We are appreciative to our crew for managing this challenging situation with professionalism and putting the safety of our staff and guests first.”

The event, which occurred in the wake of repeated conflicts between customers and flight attendants, has prompted union leaders to advocate for government action to strengthen fines for violators.

Corliss King, vice president of the Transport Union Workers Local 556, which represents more than 15,000 flight attendants nationwide, stated that incidences have reached an all-time high and urged Congress to approve the Abusive Passengers Act.

She told NBC Chicago that the small number of passengers who insist on being disorderly and dangerously pose a hazard not just to flight attendants but also to others.

“We are requesting that the public, federal legislators, and our carriers come together to protect us.” We are the most helpless.

 

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