Passengers on a Frontier Airlines flight from Philadelphia were quarantined for at least an hour and a half Tuesday night at Denver International Airport after a woman became ill.
Airport Spokesman Steve Snyder says paramedics who met the plane on the tarmac decided to quarantine passengers of Flight 449 to ensure no one else was sick.
Repeated phone calls to Frontier Airlines spokesman Joe Hodas haven't been returned.
Television stations report that the sick passenger was a woman who developed a rash and was taken to a hospital.
Passengers were allowed off the plane about ten p-m.
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