The incident happened at about 2:30 p.m. PT.
A teenage passenger on a flight that landed at San Francisco International Airport Tuesday left the plane through an emergency exit and has been detained, according to authorities. The teen was a male US citizen, airport spokesman Doug Yakel told CBS in San Francisco.
It's unclear what charges, if any, the teen might face.
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"We just landed and then I hear some people scream ... like, 'No!'" said 11-year-old passenger Andrea Sepulveda Guzman, who was on the plane. Other passengers said he seemed anxious and fidgety during the flight and that he acted very quickly, making it hard for anyone to stop him.
The teen was tackled by employees on the runaway before he was arrested by police.
Airport officials say the incident took place after Copa flight 208 from Panama City landed at the airport and was waiting to taxi to its arrival gate.
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In his statement, Yakel mentioned that no other flights or runaways had been affected and the boy was not injured too. According to the passengers, the boy seemed too anxious and fidgety throughout the flight. The American Airlines flight 5242 was preparing for takeoff from the terminal at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
The teen, who has not been identified, opened the emergency exit over the wing and jumped out of the plane before he started running away on the tarmac.
"People were yelling, 'Tell the flight attendants".
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