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2 passengers detained after San Francisco-bound flight from Mexico diverted to Oakland, grounded for hours

OAKLAND, Calif. – Aerialxico flight 662 from Guadalajara, Mexico was two people detained at Oakland Airport in an incident that has since become a federal investigation VIDEO: Aeromexico flight stuck on Oakland Airport. supposed to land at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) at 10:40 am, but was diverted to Oakland because of the fog, officials said. Around 2 pm, the plane was still on the tarmac in Oakland – with passengers still on-board After being grounded for more than three hours, passengers started getting restless, and complained about the air conditioning and sitting there for so long, Sgt. Ray Kelly said. ACSO contacted an upset passenger @IFlyOAKland on an Intl flight that was destined for SFO but was diverted to OAK for fog. The passenger was upset and wanted off the plane. Deputies responded to plane and have contacted passenger. Working to plane everyone with CBP &#821 1; Alameda County Sheriff (@ACSOSheriffs) January 10, 2019 One man became upset and threatened to open the aircraft through and exit. Crews were concerned that it would activate an emergency tarmac, Kelly said. This is when Alameda County Sheriff's Office was called, and got special permission from U.S. Customs to board the plane VIDEO: Here's a look at the flight that caused this flight to be diverted in the first place door. They detained him and another passenger, who was also upset, according to Kelly. SKY7 was overhead and spotted one person being escorted from the plane in handcuffs. The paramedics were called…

OAKLAND, Calif. –

Aerialxico flight 662 from Guadalajara, Mexico was two people detained at Oakland Airport in an incident that has since become a federal investigation

VIDEO: Aeromexico flight stuck on Oakland Airport. supposed to land at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) at 10:40 am, but was diverted to Oakland because of the fog, officials said.

Around 2 pm, the plane was still on the tarmac in Oakland – with passengers still on-board

After being grounded for more than three hours, passengers started getting restless, and complained about the air conditioning and sitting there for so long, Sgt. Ray Kelly said.

One man became upset and threatened to open the aircraft through and exit. Crews were concerned that it would activate an emergency tarmac, Kelly said.

This is when Alameda County Sheriff’s Office was called, and got special permission from U.S. Customs to board the plane

VIDEO: Here’s a look at the flight that caused this flight to be diverted in the first place

door. They detained him and another passenger, who was also upset, according to Kelly.

SKY7 was overhead and spotted one person being escorted from the plane in handcuffs.

The paramedics were called out of caution, and that person was transported away on a gurney and given oxygen.

RELATED: Passengers stuck on plane for nearly 28 hours land at SFO

Sheriffs are working with airline and get everyone out of the gate.

A passenger duty ABC7 News that they have been given very little information, but were the diversion due to bad weather conditions and that of the SFO airport was closed

The conditions on the plane were “suffocating,” he added.

The passenger also told ABC7 News that officials could not get off the plane in Oakland due to “international regulations” and that the y had to wait in the plane until the weather cleared at SFO.

VIDEO: Woman wrestled to ground after allegedly trying to open cabin by on SFO flight

After that the passenger said things escalated, with passengers getting angry and threatening to get off the plane themselves.

The passenger said that they had some medical issues but nothing appeared to be life threatening.

This is now a federal investigation and the passengers that were detained are being handed over to the FBI

Eventually, the flight was depleted and passed through customs at Oakland Airport.

Those who needed to get to SFO were provided a bus shuttle.

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