Wed, Feb 09, 2005
"Paramedics Saw Something That Made Them Afraid"
An ill passenger aboard Frontier Airlines Flight 449 was
quarantined late Tuesday night after a female passenger became ill
and had to be removed from the aircraft by hazmat crews.
"I think paramedics saw something that made them afraid there
might be some kind of contagious illness on the plane," said DIA
spokesman Steve Snyder. He was quoted in the Denver Post.
There was no immediate word on the woman's condition. Several
passengers and crew members were also taken to the hospital where
they'll be examined for symptoms.
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