Spirit Airlines Says It's Not Related To COVID-19

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Four flight attendants have been evaluated after a Spirit Airlines flight — coming from Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport — landed in Baltimore, Maryland Friday morning.

According to the airline, the Baltimore-bound flight 614 from Minneapolis landed safely at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshal Airport following a report of a medical emergency.

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Spirit officials say the incident is not related to COVID-19, and that no passenger needed medical attention. The plane will now undergo maintenance checks and a deep cleaning.

CBS News’ Kris Van Cleave says the attendants reported feeling light headed during the flight and area being checked out at a hospital.

In chopper footage, it appeared that two people in what looked like hazmat suits entered the Spirit plane that just arrived at the terminal.

This is a developing story, so check back for more.