BREAKING: Sick Passengers On Boston Flight Prompt Ebola Scare, Hazmat Crews On Scene (updated)

Ebola Fears Prompt Hazmat Crews At Logan Airport

In hazmat suits and surrounded by emergency crews and equipment, a plane at Boston's Logan Airport was locked down and passengers escorted away amid fear of Ebola, as multiple passengers reported flu-like symptoms. Some on Twitter reported five sick, the local NBC affiliate says as many as 10 people were showing symptoms. The crews are still checking the plane.

Passengers are currently being transferred to local hospitals for further testing according to WHDH Boston.

Truth Revolt will update as any news becomes available.

UPDATE: CNN now reporting the same number sick as the reports on Twitter, at five. Local News reports that all five passengers have been transferred to area hospitals.

Sick Passengers Transferred To Area Hospitals For Ebola Testing
Sick Passengers Transferred To Area Hospitals For Ebola Testing

 

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