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"You're Gonna Die Up There" Pepper Spray Discharges During Flight To Hawaii, 15 Treated

Pepper spray discharges during flight to Hawaii, 15 treated

HONOLULU (AP) — A can of pepper spray went off inside a plane headed from Oakland, California, to Maui on Friday, requiring emergency help for several people aboard, Hawaiian Airlines said. Twelve passengers and three flight attendants were treated for respiratory issues and released by emergency responders at the airport in Kahului, Hawaii, airline spokesman Alex Da Silva said. A passenger illegally brought the pepper spray on the plane carrying 256 passengers and 10 crew members, but it appears it discharged accidentally, Da Silva said in a statement. The airline could not provide any details about the passenger or why officials believe the release was accidental. The flight crew of the Boeing 767 declared an emergency to get priority to land at the airport in Hawaii. Nicholas Andrade said he and his fiancee were trying to take a nap in their seats just behind first class when the problems began. "I was woken up by someone having a coughing fit. But what I came to find out is that it wasn't one person coughing, it was many people coughing. And then everyone was coughing and then we were coughing. And the flight attendants were covering their faces and passengers started covering their faces," he said. People had trouble breathing and were shouting. "People were definitely panicked," he said. Source 

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