View of a Delta flight in the Netherlands.
Passengers Stacy Herbert shared news about the event on Twitter and claimed that the girl’s father was the one who got the young woman away from the door.
“A young woman in perhaps her early twenties became suicidal and tried to open the door when we came down to the LGA,” Herbert wrote. “Her father pulled her from the door. She screamed her head to open the door and die.”
Herbert added that all passengers were on the asphalt while leaving their statements to the police. She also shared pictures of what appeared to be emergency vehicles outside the aircraft.
Another passenger shared a tweet claiming he had seen the same situation on the flight and wrote that “hell broke loose” after the woman passed the door.
In addition, the sound can be allegedly recorded between the cockpit and air traffic, and one can hear a crew member saying that it was a “mentally disturbed passenger trying to open the front door” but that the situation was under control, NBC New York reported.
A representative of Republic Airways could not immediately make a statement about the incident, but confirmed that the flight landed “inadvertently” before continuing toward the gate.
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Friday’s event marks the latest in a series of similar events, including an Easyjet passenger who tried to open the planet’s door ween England and Italy in April and a Frontier Airlines passenger who opened a cottage Airplane taxi door at a Cancun airport in October 2018. In both cases, passengers were stuck in their seats until the police arrived.
If you or someone you feel is considering suicide, please contact National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).