No charges for passengers removed from Chicago-bound in Baltimore

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LINTHICUM, Md. — The four people removed from an airplane that landed at O'Hare Airport on Tuesday morning are no longer under questioning and were released without charges.

Authorities say three men and a woman were taken off a Spirit Airlines flight at Baltimore's airport.

The airline claims a passenger told a flight attendant another traveler was acting suspiciously as the plane was rolling out to the runway. The attendant told the captain, who then returned to the gate.

All of the passengers had to get off the plane, and the baggage had to be cleared again.

The flight eventually took-off, and landed at O'Hare a little after 10 a.m. Tuesday.

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