Once the plane landed in Tampa, all sick passengers deplaned and were checked by medical staff before officially being released. When the plane from Cleveland landed today, passengers were held on board for an hour. None were transported to the hospital. As a precaution, they have turned them off in the Frontier section of the airport. Health officials have not determined the exact cause of the illness.
Sandra Palomino, who was traveling on Flight 1397 but was not sick, said passengers were asked to monitor their health for the next few days.
Several water fountains were shut down at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport after the passengers became sick, according to reports, although airport officials could not confirm that was the cause of the sicknesses.
According to WFLA.com, Frontier Flight 397 was carrying 226 total passengers from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to Tampa International Airport when six unrelated travelers not sitting together began vomiting.
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Reports are that the illness might be tied to a WATER FOUNTAIN at the Cleveland Airport.
Authorities haven't provided information on the symptoms passengers were experiencing or their conditions.
Tiffany McKinney, a passenger on the flight told WFLA-TV that people were "just coming out of nowhere" and throwing up. The aircraft was met by local emergency medical services upon arrival in Tampa. No other passengers got sick at the airport.
Frontier said in a statement that cause of the illness remains under investigation. "Passenger safety is Frontier's number one priority".