Passengers At Dulles Airport Hospitalized From Fuel Smells

NBC Washington has reported that 7 passengers flying from Baltimore to San Francisco were hospitalized for evaluation after their flight made an emergency stop at Dulles International Airport this morning (Friday, March 29) due to a "a fuel odor was reported in the cabin." The Boeing 737 had been in the air for less than an hour when the scent was reported and when they landed, the Fire and Rescue crews were waiting for them at the gate.

At this time, it is unknown what caused the odor.

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