The body of a deceased infant was found aboard a commercial airplane on early Tuesday morning at LaGuardia Airport, New York Post reports.
A foetus was found aboard an American Airlines plane at New York's LaGuardia Airport on Tuesday morning (Aug 7), according to news reports. One of the attendants noticed a large amount of toilet paper in one of the plane's lavatory toilets.
Sources said American Airlines flight 1942 arrived to Terminal B from Charlotte, N.C. Monday at 10:44 p.m.
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The fetus was believed to be five or six months along.
The airline later said in a statement: "As we continue to learn more about this tragic and sensitive situation, we are actively cooperating with law enforcement in its investigation".
LGA Airport officials tweeted that travelers may experience a delay due to an "out of service aircraft".
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"We are looking into that", said Silvia Estevez, a spokesperson for Queens, New York, District Attorney Richard A. Brown.
Part of that cooperation is turning over video recordings from the plane to determine who might have been in the restroom before passengers left Monday night, the airline source told the Observer.
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