Alaska Ramper Falls Asleep in Cargo Hold — Ouch!

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    Via Alaska Airlines' blog, a flight from Seattle to Los Angeles returned to Seattle shortly after takeoff due to a banging noise in the cargo hold: "Flight 448, bound for Los Angeles, returned to Seattle shortly after departure today after it was discovered that a ramp agent was still in the cargo hold. The aircraft was in the air for 14 minutes. After landing, the agent, an employee of Menzies Aviation, walked off the aircraft from the front cargo hold, which is pressurized and temperature controlled. Upon exiting, he told authorities he had fallen asleep. The agent was transported to a local hospital as a precaution. We are actively investigating this matter." The post Alaska Ramper Falls Asleep in Cargo Hold — Ouch! appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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