Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Let's start with the good
news: No one was hurt in the making of these selfies. Three
travelers—including professional WWE wrestler Sheamus—snapped shots of
themselves sporting oxygen masks while on a plane earlier today.
 Passengers on a United flight from Denver to Los Angeles were asked to
don the masks after several flyers passed out due to what the crew believes
was a oxygen issue in the cabin (none of the captain's alerts were sounded
during this issue). After realizing the issue, the plane made an emergency
landing in Grand Junction, Colorado where everyone was safely removed from the
aircraft. Unexpected stop in Grand Junction on my way to LAX.
#thatsafirst #oxygenmask https://t. co/jYJcs7pFTh pic. twitter. com/379ubBhbLw
— Niles Emerick (@naemerick) July 22, 2015 #UA447 on the way to LA
just emergency landed at Grand Junction - loss of oxygen in the cabin
#Unitedairlines pic. twitter. com/uu96A0fT45 — David Schamis (@dschamis)
July 22, 2015 Emergency landing in Colorado on a @united flight. Not
many brave lads when the masks drop from overhead. pic. twitter.
com/Z4Um2uYhuD — Sheamus (@WWESheamus) July 22, 2015 Erika Owen is the
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