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SMOKE OF SATAN ON BOARD: Mystery SULFUR Smell Forces Frontier Airlines Flight To Make An Emergency Landing As Eight Passengers Are Taken Ill

Mystery smell forces Frontier Airlines flight to make an emergency landing as eight passengers are taken ill 

A Frontier Airlines flight made an emergency landing last night due to an unknown smell in the cabin.  Flight 1674 from Orlando to Philadelphia was forced to land at Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina around 7pm.  Photos showed firetrucks waiting on the runway and firefighters making checks on board the plane.   None of the 230 passengers and seven crew members were injured. Eight of them including one attendant complained of illness and three were taken for treatment. The passengers are now waiting for a second plane to take them to Philadelphia.   Source



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