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4 flight attendants evaluated after flight from MSP to Baltimore

A report suggests the flight attendants were feeling light-headed.
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Spirit Airlines

Four flight attendants were transported for evaluation following a flight from Minneapolis to Baltimore-Washington International Airport on Friday. 

Spirit Airlines flight 614 landed safely after reports of a medical emergency on board. The four flight attendants were being evaluated out of an abundance of caution, the airline said in a statement to Bring Me The News. 

"It's important to note there is no evidence this incident has any connection to COVID-19, and none of the Guests and Spirit Team Members showed any symptoms of COVID-19," the statement said. 

CBS News reports that the flight attendants reported feeling light-headed. 

None of the guests aboard the flight required medical attention. 

The plane will be checked and undergo a deep cleaning. Customers aboard the flight will be issued travel credits. 

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