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Woman Forcibly Removed from SW Airlines Flight

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BALTIMORE -- In a cell phone video that's sure to go viral, a woman is forcibly removed from a Southwest Airlines plane by law enforcement. Her claims to have a fatal allergy is what sparked the incident.

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BALTIMORE -- In a cell phone video that's sure to go viral, a woman is forcibly removed from a Southwest Airlines plane by law enforcement. Her claims to have a fatal allergy is what sparked the incident.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12499/7105972?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 27 Sep 2017 14:18:00 +0000 Woman Forcibly Removed from SW Airlines Flight BALTIMORE -- In a cell phone video that's sure to go viral, a woman is forcibly removed from a Southwest Airlines plane by law enforcement. Her claims to have a fatal allergy is what sparked the incident. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12499/7105972?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOZL BALTIMORE -- In a cell phone video that's sure to go viral, a woman is forcibly removed from a Southwest Airlines plane by law enforcement. Her claims to have a fatal allergy is what sparked the incident. This is cell phone video of a woman getting forcefully removed from a Southwest Airlines flight scheduled to leave Baltimore en route to Los Angeles Tuesday night. You can hear the woman yelling, insisting she'll walk off herself. When she doesn't though, officers push and pull her off. "She's walking." "I'm walking." "Then walk!" "Don't touch me." You can also hear fellow passengers pleading with her to just leave peacefully. "Jeez lady, get off the plane." Southwest says there were two dogs on the plane, an emotional support dog and a pet... and the woman told flight staff that she had a life-threatening pet allergy. When they asked her to provide a medical certificate she couldn't. They then asked her several times to get off the plane. She wouldn't, which is why they called in law enforcement. In a statement, Southwest said: "Our policy states that a Customer (without a medical certificate) may be denied boarding if they report a life-threatening allergic reaction and cannot travel safely with an animal onboard." Of this latest incident, Southwest says; "We publicly offer our apologies to this Customer for her experience and we will be contacting her directly to address her concerns." FlightAware indicates the plane eventually took off and landed in Los Angeles last night at 11:39pm. (Hena Doba, CBS News)





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