Entire Plane is Sent Terrifying Photo of ‘Dead’ Child Sparking Emergency on the Runway

Passengers on the Hawaiian Air flight were horrified after the 15-year-old accidentally sent a disturbing photo of a fake crime scene through her Bluetooth feature.

AN entire plane was sent a terrifying photo of a ‘dead child’ after a schoolgirl had a mishap with her iPhone.

Passengers on the Hawaiian Air flight were horrified after the 15-year-old accidentally sent a disturbing photo of a fake crime scene through her Bluetooth feature.

An entire plane was sent this mocked-up photo of a ‘dead child’ after a schoolgirl had a mishap with her iPhone

The teen tried to send the photo of her science project to her mum but blundered with the phone’s AirDrop.

“The young girl was very embarrassed,” a police spokesman said.

“She was upset. We explained to her she was not in trouble, there was no crime that was committed here.

“She had a good heart, she didn’t want to inconvenience all those people.”

The chilling snap showed a mock crime scene, with a “child-sized” mannequin made out of nylon bean bag lying face-down on the ground.

Passengers were already angry after they were delayed in California

Passengers reportedly struggled to breathe and were coughing heavily

Fifteen passengers received the picture moments before the jet was supposed to take off in Oakham, California, and it was deemed a security threat –delaying the flight for nearly two hours.

However, the drama was yet to stop there.

Twelve passengers and three flight attendants fell ill and “struggled to breathe” after an illegal pepper spray can exploded on board.

Passengers said panicked tourists vomited, covered their faces and coughed violently when the incident took place three hours into the journo.

The flight was on its way to Maui, Hawaii when it was forced to make an emergency landing on Friday.

“I was woken up by someone having a coughing fit,” passenger Nicholas Andrade told the Honolulu Star Advertiser.

The flight had to make an emergency landing

But what I came to find out is that it wasn’t one person coughing, it was many people coughing.

“And then everyone was coughing and then we were coughing. And the flight attendants were covering their faces and passengers started covering their faces.”

And he claimed a baby threw up, flight attendants struggled to see and passengers put wet towels over their mouths as the plane came to a stop.

It emerged a 1.5oz canister of pepper spray had accidentally discharged during the flight.
All those hurt were treated at the airport.

Hawaiian Airlines gave every passenger a £385 travel credit.

The Transportation Security Administration is currently investigating the incident with Maui police.

Fines for bringing pepper spray onto an planes in the state can reach £1,500 or higher.
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