Two men who were arrested after a plane was forced to take an emergency landing at Stansted Airport yesterday evening are both British nationals, Essex Police has said.
One of the men, aged 49, is being treated for a medical condition, not an injury, in hospital, while the other, aged 57, is in custody at Harlow police station.
Police said both will be interviewed by detectives.
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