Two flight attendants treated for dizziness from cabin pressurization
PHOENIX –The Phoenix Fire Department responded to a call Tuesday after four American Airlines flight attendants said they were experiencing dizziness from the pressurization of an aircraft.
The unidentified flight attendants reported their conditions after the flight landed at Sky Harbor. Only two requested to be evaluated by fire crews.
“Both flight attendants had their vital signs as well as blood oxygen levels evaluated and requested no further assistance,” Larry Subervi, a spokesman for the Phoenix Fire Department, said in an email.
In an email, American Airlines Spokesman Ross Feinstein said maintenance crews looked over the plane and “found no issues” with the aircraft.
“All four crew members were released by the first responders (and) no passengers reported any issues,” he said.
KTAR’s Ali Vetnar contributed to this report.
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