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Delta flight requests emergency landing due to ill flight attendant

The flight, which had left from Paris to Detroit, met by the staff of the emergency services at the landing early in the DTW.

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A Delta Air Lines aircraft to fly to Detroit from paris Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris asked for an emergency landing on Friday due to a sick flight attendant, Delta has confirmed.

“Delta Flight 97 from CDG to DTW declared a medical emergency approximately 45 minutes of arrival, due to a sick flight attendant. The plane was met by the airport paramedics and a member of the crew was taken to the hospital for further evaluation.”

AER LINGUS PLANE, DRAGGED BY THE AIRPORT EMPLOYEES, TURN IMMEDIATELY INTO A CONCRETE POLE

The flight landed at approximately 12:31 p.m. local time, according to flight-tracking service quoted in the Detroit Free Press. The aircraft was originally scheduled to arrive in Detroit at 12:51 pm

Squawk 7700: Delta flight #DL97 from Paris to Detroit has declared an emergency inbound to DTW https://t.co/jUAjgxxLTL pic.twitter.com/1SoanlPBXc

— International Travel News (@FlightIntl) 25 May 2018

The plane was carrying 182 passengers and 12 crew members. There are no reports of extra passengers or crew become sick.

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