Two people were injured on a Southwest Airlines flight that arrived shortly at 7:40 a.m. Thursday at Hobby Airport.
A 24-year-old woman sustained a head injury, although the Houston Fire Department told local news source the Chron that it didn't know the exact cause of the injury.
Lozano confirmed the flight was SWA 2233, which originated from the Raleigh-Durham International Airport in Morrisville, North Carolina.
"There's been great growth and demand on Southwest in recent years and we're excited for this continued momentum with the addition of new global service", said Lambert director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge in a news release.
Then, as the flight was landing, a 74-year-old man reportedly passed out in his seat. She was checked by emergency personnel in North Carolina and was cleared to fly.
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A group of Republican lawmakers called the incident an "affront to the United States" and called for Turkey to apologize. Cavusoglu said Thursday that the Trump administration "did not show any reaction" to the Turkish warning.
She declined additional treatment when the plane arrived in Houston.
Southwest Airlines did not have any reports of turbulence during the flight that could have caused either injury, King said.
He's been taken to a hospital.
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