(WSB-TV) A Delta Air Lines pilot had to make a rapid, controlled decent of nearly 30,000 feet after getting an alarm on an Atlanta flight.
Delta told Channel 2 Action News that while flying to Fort Lauderdale Wednesday night, pilots learned of a depressurization issue. The pilots deployed oxygen masks for the passengers and made the "controlled decent."
Flight 2353 diverted to Tampa where it landed safely.
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