Health officials respond to Chicago flight

Health officials respond to Chicago flight

Chicago : IL : USA | Apr 26, 2012 at 4:19 PM PDT
Source: Kansas City Star
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Aviation officials in Chicago say the city's health department and firefighters have responded to a flight that landed at Midway International Airport.

Chicago Aviation Department spokeswoman Karen Pride says a passenger on Delta flight 3163 had a reported medical issue. FULL ARTICLE AT Kansas City Star

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