Dead fetus reportedly found on plane at LaGuardia Airport

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Cleaning crews reportedly discovered a dead fetus in an American Airlines lavatory toilet on Tuesday at New York City's LaGuardia Airport, according to WNBC-TV.

Sources said American Airlines flight 1942 arrived to Terminal B from Charlotte, North Carolina, on Monday at 10:44 p.m.

"According to American Airlines, the plane was taken out of service, causing a slight delay in the morning, but the airline was able to find another aircraft to accomodate passengers". That's when the cleaning crew found an under-developed fetus in a bathroom.

"We will release determination when the investigation is complete".

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Port Authority Police declined to comment when contacted by on Tuesday morning.

The Queens District Attorney's office is looking into the matter, a spokeswoman confirmed to CNN, adding that they may have additional information to share Tuesday afternoon. That was her only answer to any question about the investigation underway.

The plane had been in a hangar since landing the night before, reported the New York Post.

"Absolutely disturbing", said one person at LaGuardia. Abandoned fetus on a flight?