Crews at Westover, Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., and Pease Air National Guard Base, N.H., prepared for an emergency landing because there was concern passengers onboard the C-5 B might require medical attention, CBS News reported.
Westover spokesman Lt. Col. James Bishop told WBZ-TV, Boston, the military transport plane -- traveling from Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany, to Dover Air Force Base, Del. -- experienced a loss of cabin pressure at an altitude of 34,000 feet, but there was no in-flight emergency and no one was reported injured.
Master Sgt. Exanderton at Hanscom Air Force Base told CBS about 25 people -- including two children -- were onboard when the plane experienced sudden decompression in its cabin
The plane landed just after 2 p.m. EST Saturday.
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