Twelve people had trouble breathing after a passenger opened a door of an Asiana Airlines plane just before landing at Daegu International Airport in South Korea on Friday, according to officials. Despite this, the plane landed safely, according to the Yonhap News Agency.
A 33-year-old guy was held by the police on suspicion of pulling the door handle.
According to airport officials and business sources, a door unexpectedly opened at 12:45 p.m. on the flight from Jeju Island to Daegu, which is 237 km southeast of Seoul. The door was open when the aircraft touched down.
According to officials, the door opened when the aeroplane was around 250 metres above the ground, Yonhap reported.
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No one on board—a total of 194 passengers—fell out of the aircraft or was wounded, but 12 terrified passengers displayed signs of respiratory problems, and several of them were brought to a hospital. They were not seriously injured and may have overbreathed, according to officials, according to South Korean news agency Yonhap.
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