American Airlines finds apparent fetus in plane bathroom

Dead fetus found on American Airlines flight out of Charlotte, says airline official | Charlotte Observer

The fetus was discovered by airline cleaning staff in a restroom aboard American Airlines Flight 1942 after it landed, the official told the Observer.

Staff made the grim discovery on an American Airlines jet at New York's LaGuardia Airport on Tuesday morning.

Fetus was thought to be 5 months along.

The fetus was found inside the plane's lavatory early Tuesday morning and authorities were called around 6 a.m., according to WPIX.

The American Airlines flight, AA 1942, landed at LaGuardia Airport in NY around 10:45 p.m. Monday.

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An American Airlines spokesman confirmed that the incident is now under investigation.

The cleaning crew immediately contacted their manager, who in turn contacted law enforcement, Franco said.

LGA tweeted about a delay due to the incident.

But a spokesman for the airline said, "We have no major impact to our operation this morning while we are working with law enforcement on an investigation".

The plane is out of service as the investigation continues.

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