She added that when she went to the washroom, the scorpion fell out off her pants and ran away.
"After learning that one of our customers on the 1554 flight from San Francisco to Atlanta was stung during the flight, our crew responded immediately and consulted with a MedLink ground doctor who provided medical advice", he said. said the representative of the airline.
The incident took place during a Thursday morning flight from San Francisco to Atlanta.
The United spokesperson added that the passenger was taken to a local hospital for treatment and United Airlines has "been in contact with their customer to ensure her well-being". Thankfully no one was stung in that incident.
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United Airlines said in a released statement on Friday that upon landing in Atlanta, the woman was met by medical personnel and transported to a hospital.
Scorpions have caused pain for both passengers and airlines as unwanted stowaways. A Canadian man was stung by a scorpion on a United Airlines flight in 2017.
The insect dropped onto Bell's head from the overhead lockers during an inflight meal.
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