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Frozen Pipe Forces Emergency Landing in Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK, AR-- Mother Nature is making a mark around Arkansas from the roads to the air. In fact, the cold temps affected passengers on an American Airlines flight Tuesday night. It was actually forced to take a detour to Little Rock.
LITTLE ROCK, AR-- Mother Nature is making a mark around Arkansas from the roads to the air. In fact, the cold temps affected passengers on an American Airlines flight Tuesday night. It was actually forced to take a detour to Little Rock. Passengers on board tell us what happened: "An announcement was made saying we are making an emergency landing in Little Rock, that a water pipe had burst, it had been frozen." Witnesses say a bathroom pipe burst, soaking some passengers aboard flight 1106 from Dallas to Baltimore. "All of a sudden, there was a loud noise in the back of the plane. There was water into the cabin, there were passengers that were soaked." No one was hurt. Crews were expected to remove all water from the aircraft and load it with bottled water. Passengers were able to fly to their destinations about two hours later.
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