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Trazodone for sleep on plane A plane passenger said she was asleep when the pilot took her to a bed in the cockpit. The woman, 36, said she was on her way to India for a holiday when the Boeing 757-200 took off from Newark Liberty international airport and made an emergency landing on Friday. "He was going to give me a pill. He didn't want to wake me up, but he said, 'I can't get to sleep,' so he was going to give me a pill," she told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos. "When I got in there, he had a couple pillows set up. The were all over place, and I was laying on the bed." An airline spokesman said in a statement that the pilot in question, who was on leave, "immediately notified and relieved of duty." The passenger said crew took pill from her, not the passenger. Flight attendant on plane was 'sucked off the plane' A flight attendant said she was "sucked off the plane" and sexually assaulted by two men. The woman, who asked not to be identified for fear of retaliation, said she got off the plane in Dallas, Texas, on March 3 at 4:30 a.m. after working for an airline about a month. She said her co-worker told they were going to a bar but ended up getting "sucked off the plane." She said immediately started screaming and hitting the wall of plane. According to her, one of the suspects was seated next to her and she told co-worker to get out of the seat for him. They had sex in the middle of cabin. "It's been difficult to talk about," she said. "It's been really hard. It's a long time since anything happened to me, you know, be honest." "It really shook me up." Flight crew 'knew' about drug problem, but didn't stop it A flight attendant on Southwest Airlines from Denver to Albuquerque said that when she boarded the aircraft, pilot told passengers about a drug problem in the car. The attendants had already boarded plane, and the woman said she told pilot was going to call the cops, "but they didn't believe us." She said that after boarded the plane and she started working, one of the passengers started a conversation with her in Spanish and she overheard another passenger saying, "There's drugs everywhere." The attendant said she went back to her seat for about a minute, then noticed two men sitting on their own. She asked the men, "Amigo, amigo, what are you doing here?" One of them reportedly responded, "I'm here to talk you about your bag." The woman said passenger continued by saying, "They've got us, they've us. We're going to take it off you. We're going to take it off your arms and legs." She added, "They're just so happy, and it's like a dream come true. I'm in disbelief." The attendant said pilot was still talking to the passengers when plane left ground, and she said the pilot explained to her that he would have to "tell the other passengers stay put," because they might "end up getting hurt." The attendant also said that pilot told her a lot of the crew were on plane, but she is unsure how much they knew. The attendant was then escorted off the plane and asked to sign a piece of paper before she was able to re-board the plane. She told ABC News is "tired and traumatized," said she's been crying since. The woman said she doesn't have a criminal background, and added that she never saw drugs in the cabin, but that she heard people talking about them. In response, Southwest issued a statement to ABC News: "We can confirm that a Southwest flight from Denver Trazodone 100mg $57.97 - $0.97 Per pill to Albuquerque on March 3 was diverted to Denver International Airport because of an emergency situation. Southwest flight 469 landed safely approximately an hour after the delay. safety of our passengers and crew is paramount." "My heart is with her," Paul said. "We are not immune to these things, and we have to make sure, as a company, that what is happening to us not anyone else." The airline also said it is "working with federal officials and other law enforcement to address concerns raised today." The woman said that one of the men who sexually assaulted her has a child and that she plans to meet his mother.

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