Spokane, Wash. -- A spokesman for the Spokane International Airport says a person had a medical issue on board an Alaska Airlines flight Monday morning.
The plane landed at the airport so the patient could be treated for chest pains. Officials said a doctor on board the flight was helping the patients.
The plane took off from Seattle and was scheduled to land in Spokane.
Paramedics responded to the airport to treat the patient.
Officials said the patient was able to return home after being treated by EMS.