A British Airways flight en route from San Fransico to London made an emergency landing in Vancouver Tuesday after 25 crew members fell ill.
All staff members, including three pilots, were taken to the hospital shortly after landing a British Airways spokeswoman told The Guardian.
In addition to the crew members, two passengers on board the flight were also examined.
Everyone has since been released from the hospital, an airline representative told ABC News.
A spokeswoman for Vancouver Coastal Health told ABC News that the crew members were examined for smoke inhalation.
British Airways, however, said that was not the case.
In a recording from the flight, a pilot can be heard saying he smelled "toxic fumes," according to ABC News.
A passenger on the plane said one of the pilots announced that there were, "potential technical difficulties and that the crew was feeling unwell."
British Airway released a statement saying that the company's ground team in Vancouver arranged accommodations for the customers and will book them alternate flights as soon as possible.
The airline also launched an investigation into the incident.
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