Flight attendant accused of attacks on NC flight ordered to mental health facility

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A flight attendant for American Airlines who was charged with assaulting crew members and an air marshal was released from jail Friday morning.

During a court hearing, a judge released Joanne Snow to her sons in New Hampshire and ordered her to a mental health facility.

Her attorney said Snow was depressed and on a new medication when she acted out during flights between Charlotte and Germany.

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