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Extra Baggage: Worker Trapped in Cargo During Alaska America Flight

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SEATTLE, Wash. — Talk about sleeping around with a lot of baggage. When Alaska Airlines Flight 448 from Seattle to Los Angeles had to make an emergency landing back at Sea-Tac, it wasn’t (directly) about safety or security. It was about sleep.

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