“An American Airlines flight was forced to return to its take-off location after the aircraft’s pilot suffered a medical emergency in-flight.

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‘We need to return. Captain is incapacitated,’ the aircraft’s copilot told air traffic control.

American Eagle Flight 3556 had previously departed from Chicago O’Hare Airport on Saturday night. The flight was originally bound for Columbus, Ohio, according to CNBC.

A copilot later confirmed that the incapacitated captain would require medical assistance upon arrival at the airport.

‘We’re going to need paramedics,’ the pilot said of the situation.

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The flight was conducted by Envoy Air, a smaller company owned by American Airlines, according to CNBC.

The company confirmed that the pilot in question later died at a hospital…”

Read more: https://www.westernjournal.com/pilot-dies-suddenly-suffering-medical-emergency-shortly-takeoff-chicago-airport/

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