A London flight has been diverted to Dublin after reports of a "chemical spillage" on board.  American Airlines said two crew members and one passenger went to hospital "for evaluation" after flight AA729 from Heathrow landed at 1
It added the plane had landed due to an odor "caused by a spilled cleaning solution in the galley. "
One passenger wrote on Twitter that the spillage" ice to sickness outbreak and emergency landing. "
Another passenger wrote that he and others had left" standing around "Dublin Airport.
A spokeswoman for Dublin Airport said the flight was diverted "for a medical emergency."
"As per standard operating procedures there was a full turn-out of Dublin Airport emergency fire services," she added.
A second American Airlines flight was m
The airline said flight 787, from Paris to Charlotte in North Carolina was diverted after a passenger fell ill.
The passenger was taken from the plane for treatment. and the flight is scheduled to depart later on Monday, with spokeswoman added.
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