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Flight Evacuated After Crew Reports Two Passengers Behaving Suspiciously (UPDATE: Laura Ingraham Tweeted Details About the Incident)

All passengers exited the plane and a K-9 unit swept the aircraft.

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A plane was evacuated on the ground Sunday at Ronald Reagan National Airport just outside Washington, D.C., after the crew said two passengers were acting suspiciously, WCVB-TV reported.

American Airlines Flight 2124 was readying for a flight to Boston, but instead all passengers exited the plane and a K-9 unit swept the aircraft, the station said.

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After no threat was found, 115 passengers reboarded the plane — minus the pair of passengers the crew was concerned about.

Those two passengers were questioned by police and released; the airline stated they would be "re-accomodated on a later flight."

UPDATE 1:03 a.m. Monday ET: Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham posted a series of tweets Sunday describing the Flight 2124 incident.

It wasn't clear if she was a passenger and giving a first-hand account or if she was receiving information from someone else; some of Ingraham's tweets were signed "L.I." — indicating she wrote them — and some weren't. Two tweets incorrectly noted the flight was from Boston to Washington.

Most notable among Ingraham's tweets was her description of the passengers who raised the crew's suspicions: "two Middle Eastern-looking men ... in their 20s, green passports ..."

Here are Ingraham's tweets about the flight from start to finish:

When one person called Ingraham "paranoid, racist and obnoxious" for her tweets, she shot back:

(H/T: The Gateway Pundit)

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