The flight from Bush Intercontinental Airport was forced to make an emergency landing in Rochester, Minn. by the woman’s outburst.
A woman’s expletive-filled outburst during the emergency landing of her Spirit Airlines flight reportedly left her co-passengers and the cabin crew in tears.
On June 25, Spirit flight 346 departed Bush Intercontinental Airport is approximately 8 hours on the road to Minneapolis, KHOU reports. After an hour in the air, but the plane was forced to make a touch-down early in Rochester, Minn., after a male passenger suffered a medical emergency.
“The servant thought that he was just sleeping, but he was actually in a coma,” passenger Stephanie Calder told the outlet.
When the plane was diverted, an unnamed female passenger became furious, running down the hallway and firing an expletive filled rant.
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“For me the f— out of this [long string of expletives] plane!” she screamed, according to images obtained by KTRK. “You want to be [expletive] and b–hierarchy to me? You will see me f-ing angry!”
“Do you know who my brothers are? They are f-ing Marine snipers. Do you want to f— with a f-ing Navy?” she continued, yelling at a male passenger who stood to block her from the cockpit. “Do you want to know what the hell is? I have [expletive] there are 10 [expletive] time!”
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The plane was met by paramedics upon landing, for the sick man, and the police soon arrived for backup. The authorities were aware that the woman is a military veteran fight PTSD, and sent her to a hospital for mental health evaluation, KHOU reports.
It is not immediately clear at this time if the woman had a relationship with the male passenger who suffered a medical emergency.
Meanwhile, many passengers were left shaken in the aftermath of the incident.
“Just to be in that confined space with someone who’s going through something very traumatic in their life and there is nothing you can do,” passenger Chianti Washington said On 2 Houston. “There is nowhere you can go.”
Washington also announced KHOU that at least one stewardess was crying after the wife of the eruption. Other flight attendants distributed tissues to passengers who were left in tears.
The report of the police that a third passenger also deplaned in Rochester, if he was angry at how Spirit Airlines handled the incident, KHOU notes.
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After an hour in Rochester, the plane took off and continued on to Minneapolis.
Although Spirit Airlines does not immediately return Fox News’ request for additional comment on the story, the airline offered KTRK the following statement:
“Yesterday morning, a flight from Houston to Minneapolis to land in Rochester, Minnesota, due to a guest experienced a medical emergency,” a spokesman said. “On the ground in Rochester, a other passenger was erratic and violent, and was removed from the plane with the help of the enforcement of the law. We apologize for our guests who are here to witness and for the inconvenience of the delay.”
“Safety is our highest priority at Spirit Airlines,” the airline added.
Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Follow her on Twitter via @JaninePuhak