By Star-Bulletin staff

Two passengers received medical treatment yesterday after a Hawaiian Airlines jet reported cabin pressure problems before it took off from Honolulu Airport.

A Hawaiian spokesman said the flight, which was supposed to leave for San Francisco just after 1 p.m., encountered pressurization problems after it left the gate.

The jet returned to the terminal where a valve was fixed. Two passengers reported ear problems and were taken off and treated. The jet left for San Francisco after the problem was fixed.