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Paramedics are treating a number of people at Mildura airport after a Jetstar Airways flight was forced to make an unplanned landing.
Emergency services were called to the regional airport in Victoria's north-west after reports of an "aircraft incident" about 11.55am.
The A320 Airbus left Sydney at 10.25am bound for Uluru.
But the flight, number JQ660, took a left turn as it reached the air above Wilcannia, near Broken Hill, in NSW's far west.
This article first appeared on www.theage.com.au
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