EMERGENCY Delta flight #DL4058 diverted after loss of cabin pressure

A Delta Air Lines flight from South Carolina to New York had to land in North Carolina on Monday after loss of cabin pressure, the airline said. Oxygen masks dropped from overhead about 30 minutes after takeoff, according to passenger Lindsay Branciforte.
A Delta Air Lines flight from South Carolina to New York had to land in North Carolina on Monday after loss of cabin pressure, the airline said. Oxygen masks dropped from overhead about 30 minutes after takeoff, according to passenger Lindsay Branciforte.

Delta Air Lines flight from South Carolina to New York had to land in North Carolina on Monday after loss of cabin pressure, the airline said. Oxygen masks dropped from overhead about 30 minutes after takeoff, according to passenger Lindsay Branciforte. Delta Flight 4058 took off from Charleston at 6:30 a.m., originally heading for New York’s LaGuardia Airport, when it had to divert to Raleigh. The CRJ900, a single-aisle twin-engine jet, had 62 passengers and four crew members aboard.