‘Panic’: Plane Forced to Make Emergency Landing After Yelling Passenger Attempted to Breach the Cockpit

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An American Airlines flight was forced to land when a woman allegedly attempted to storm the cockpit in pursuit of an alcoholic drink.

American Eagle Flight 3444 made an emergency landing at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Wednesday, after the in-flight incident, according to the New York Post.

The flight was originally destined for Washington, D.C., traveling from Jacksonville, Florida.

“At approximately 3:41 p.m., flight AA 3444 departing Jacksonville to Washington, DC, diverted to RDU due to a disruptive passenger,” airport officials told CNN in a statement.

Passenger Kara Rosario described a scene of “panic” and “frustration” as the traveler created a commotion on board the flight, speaking in an interview with WTVD-TV.

“You could tell there was other individuals that were ready to kind of step up and help,” Rosario described.

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