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Reprinted from the Denver Post.  By Anna Gauldin.

A Southwest Airlines flight traveling from Las Vegas to Milwaukee made an unscheduled stop in Denver Friday night after reporting pressurization issues.

Southwest Flight 100, which departed Las Vegas at 6 p.m. PST, was diverted to Denver after about an hour and a half, DIA spokeswoman Laura Coale said. Emergency responders from the Denver Fire Department evaluated the passengers.

“There were patients that requested medical attention, but only one person has been transported for care, and that was due to a slip and fall,” Coale said. “All passengers have been evaluated. No more medical attention is required.”

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