This teen jumped from a plane, landed in police net

This teen jumped from a plane, landed in police net

This teen jumped from a plane, landed in police net

It happened right after the plane from Panama City landed and was taxiing down the runway around 2:30 p.m.

A 17-year-old boy opened the emergency door of a plane minutes after it landed Tuesday in San Francisco, slid down the wing and jumped onto a tarmac, authorities said.

It's unclear what charges, if any, the teen might face. The airline released a statement after the incident, saying "a Copa crew member closed the exit door, and the aircraft proceeded to the gate where all other passengers and crew disembarked safely".

The 17-year-old was not identified, but the statement said he was a US citizen and traveling by himself.

The teen was tackled by employees on the runaway before he was arrested by police.

The flight continued to taxi to its gate and all the other passengers were offloaded there.

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He says no runways or flights were affected and that the unidentified boy wasn't injured.

Copa Airlines said in a statement that emergency exits over wings are meant to be opened by passengers at lower altitudes to allow evacuations in emergencies. The passenger has been taken into custody by law enforcement. According to the passengers, the boy seemed too anxious and fidgety throughout the flight.

The incident occurred at the airport in San Francisco.

A teen in San Francisco on Tuesday made a decision to take one of the worst unaddressed problems of air travel into his own hands: You can never get off the dang plane fast enough.

"They were yelling, 'Tell the flight attendants".

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