Pressurization issue forces flight out of Milwaukee to make emergency landing

CREATED Jan. 28, 2014

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MILWAUKEE -- A pressurization issue forced Southwest Airlines pilots departing from Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport to make an emergency stop in South Bend, Ind. instead of continuing on to Baltimore Tuesday afternoon.

Southwest Airlines flight #4202 has safely diverted and passengers are currently waiting for a new aircraft, according to a Southwest Airlines spokesperson.

The plane is holding 65 passengers and 5 crew members.