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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A passenger has been removed from an American Airlines flight headed to North Texas  after causing a disruption that led pilots to make an unplanned stop in Lubbock.

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The airline says other passengers helped flight attendants restrain the man during the redeye flight Thursday morning from Ontario, California to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.

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Airline spokesman Ross Feinstein says the flight continued on to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport after a delay of about an hour in Lubbock.

The Boeing 737 left Ontario with 143 passengers on board, including an infant, plus six crew members.

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