Crew members on Jet Blue flights sickened

This has happened three times in a week, now with a crew member falling ill before takeoff.
1:03 | 08/16/17

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We move on this evening to the sudden illnesses affecting a major airline for the third time this week. Crew members aboard a jetblue flight have become sickened. What the airline now says caused this case. Here's ABC's David Kerley. Reporter: The third aircraft in a week -- There are possibly two patients. Reporter: In which a crew member became sick. I'm not sure what it is. Reporter: Two crew members on this Boston to Charleston flight taken to the hospital. Jetblue says in this case it was nail Polish remover that was the odor. But just last Thursday, two jetblue aircraft were diverted after a half dozen crew members complained of odor in the cabin. In one of those incidents, a person from buff Loi administered oxygen. Many both incidents last week, jetblue fold the manufacturers and the FAA's guidelines in checking out the aircraft, and both jet liners were returned to service.

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