Dead fetus found toilet on American Airlines plane at LaGuardia

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A dead fetus was reportedly discovered by cleaning crews inside a toilet aboard an American Airlines plane at New York's LaGuardia Airport on Tuesday, according to WNBC.

Sources told WABC that American Airlines Flight 1942 arrived from Charlotte after 10:30 p.m. Monday and that a cleaning crew made the discovery inside a bathroom early Tuesday.

An American Airlines spokesman confirmed that the incident is now under investigation.

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In a statement to WNBC, American said, "We have no major impact to our operation this morning while we are working with law enforcement on an investigation". "Please contact law enforcement for additional information", an American Airlines spokesman said.

A dead fetus was found on a plane that flew to NY from Charlotte Monday night.

The Port Authority deferred questions to the Queens DA's Office, which said it was looking into the matter.

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LGA Airport officials tweeted that travelers may experience a delay due to an "out of service aircraft".

The flight from Charlotte landed at Terminal B Monday night.

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