Julianne March, 49, a flight attendant for Air Wisconsin, was drunk on a flight operating from Chicago to South Bend. March was allegedly asleep during most of the flight and a passenger buckled her seatbelt which was not fastened. She was arrested after the flight had landed and found to have a blood alcohol concentration reading of .204, .04 being the Federal Aviation Administration’s the limit for aviation sensitive positions.
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