A person hid contained in the landing gear of an American Airlines flight from Guatemala to Miami Saturday morning.

Video of the incident reveals a person surrounded by a number of legislation enforcement officers and American Airlines workers on the tarmac of Miami International Airport.

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection spokesperson advised Fox News {that a} 26-year-old man was taken into custody after hiding in the landing gear of the airplane.

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The landing gear of a flight that landed at Miami International Airport.

The landing gear of a flight that landed at Miami International Airport.

“U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at Miami International Airport apprehended a 26-year-old man who attempted to evade detection in the landing gear compartment of an aircraft arriving from Guatemala Saturday morning,” the spokesperson mentioned.

The CBP spokesperson added that the person was taken to a close-by hospital for medical evaluation. Paramedics could possibly be seen in the video assessing him.

A man was found in the landing gear of an American Airlines flight from Guatemala to Miami.

A person was discovered in the landing gear of an American Airlines flight from Guatemala to Miami.

The incident stays underneath investigation, in accordance to the spokesperson.

American Airlines mentioned in an announcement that flight 1182 from Guatemala to Miami was met by legislation enforcement due to a “security issue” on Saturday at 10:06 a.m.

American Airlines is working with legislation enforcement whereas it investigates.

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Law enforcement officers met an American Airlines flight in Miami after a man was found in the landing gear of the plane.

Law enforcement officers met an American Airlines flight in Miami after a person was discovered in the landing gear of the airplane.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, 129 folks worldwide have tried to “stow away in the wheel wells or other areas of commercial aircraft” since 1947. Of these 129 folks, 100 died due to accidents through the flight.