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More than a dozen US airline passenger hospitals return from Ecuador

April 22, 2019 Business 0 Views BOSTON, Mass. – A Massachusetts Port Authority official said 16 people on an incoming flight to Logan International Airport were transported to a hospital by Boston Emergency Medical Services after landing on Sunday morning. Boston EMS said it responded to Logan Airport at about 9:20 with multiple units and transported passengers to Massachusetts General Hospital. The American Airlines flight, which originates in Miami, landed in Boston at 10:12. A spokesman for American Airlines said they were transported part of a school group. A person who said they were part of the group told the WCVB the ABC5 group visited the Galapagos Islands and Ecuador before arriving in Miami. Boston EMS said people's symptoms were less natural. American Airlines spokesman said the students in the group did not feel good. A passenger in the flight said people were vomiting on the plane. Chaperones reported to American Airlines that everyone in the group "ate the same" Saturday night before leaving from Ecuador. Massachusetts General Hospital said that 1 4 passengers from the flight were admitted as patients. Five have been released so far and the remaining nine are all in good condition. Source link

BOSTON, Mass. – A Massachusetts Port Authority official said 16 people on an incoming flight to Logan International Airport were transported to a hospital by Boston Emergency Medical Services after landing on Sunday morning.

Boston EMS said it responded to Logan Airport at about 9:20 with multiple units and transported passengers to Massachusetts General Hospital.

The American Airlines flight, which originates in Miami, landed in Boston at 10:12.

A spokesman for American Airlines said they were transported part of a school group. A person who said they were part of the group told the WCVB the ABC5 group visited the Galapagos Islands and Ecuador before arriving in Miami.

Boston EMS said people’s symptoms were less natural. American Airlines spokesman said the students in the group did not feel good.

A passenger in the flight said people were vomiting on the plane.

Chaperones reported to American Airlines that everyone in the group “ate the same” Saturday night before leaving from Ecuador.

Massachusetts General Hospital said that 1

4 passengers from the flight were admitted as patients. Five have been released so far and the remaining nine are all in good condition.


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