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United Flight Returns to Lambert After Cabin Pressure Issues

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(KTVI) – A United Airlines flight headed from St. Louis to Houston had to return to Lambert Airport reportedly because of cabin pressure problems. It happened on United Airlines Flight 5033 was scheduled to leave St. Louis at 5:45 a.m. 

Some time after departure, the pilot reported cabin pressure problems and returned to Lambert.  The plane was inspected and cleared to fly. There are no reports that passengers or crew members were hurt.

The flight is expected to arrive in Houston at 10:00 a.m.

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