Woman Tries To Open Door During Flight From SFO To Boise

Woman Tries To Open Door During Flight From SFO To Boise

Woman Tries To Open Door During Flight From SFO To Boise

A female passenger who had to be restrained after she tried to open a cabin door during a SkyWest flight from San Francisco to Boise is in custody for a mental health evaluation police said.

Check out the video of the woman passenger as she struggled to open the aircraft cabin door and screams, "I am God, I am God".

"I could see her laying on the floor", Scott T. Smith, the passenger who was seated behind the women, told the Idaho Statesman.

Afterwards, the woman was apprehended by police, and is now being evaluated by mental health workers. He said that the woman appeared to be travelling with a companion before she eventually lost control.

Ada County prosecutors are reviewing the incident, but no criminal charges were immediately filed. He added: "The flight staff were real calm". All passengers safely left the plane.

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Video footage of the incident records the moments after passengers deterred the unidentified woman from opening the door.

Smith said the woman was rambling and making unusual comments including "God has all the data." and "I don't have any data", the Idaho Statesman reports. "I read it as: One of them is trying to get over their fear of flying..."

The passenger was restrained during the flight, and police met the aircraft at the gate, said Layne Watson, a spokesperson for SkyWest.

Police said that no one was hurt and that the FBI was investigating.

"The unruly customer was held for questioning by law enforcement", the spokesman said.

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