Southwest flight makes emergency landing due to unruly passengers, authorities say

A Southwest Airlines flight bound for Providence, R.I., made an emergency landing in South Carolina early Wednesday as the result of three unruly passengers, authorities said.

The plane, which was carrying 134 passengers and 5 crew, departed from Orlando and landed at Charleston International Airport. The flight crew reported three passengers being disruptive and did not adhere to flight crew instructions, the Charleston County Aviation Authority said.

On arrival the aircraft was met by law enforcement officers who removed the passengers from the aircraft, authorities said. No injuries were reported, and the aircraft departed without further incident.

Via: Fox News

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