By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Two flights heading from and to LAX were diverted to Sacramento International Airport due to cabin pressure issues and a medical alert.

An Alaska Airlines flight with 73 people on board was headed from LAX to Reno when airline officials said a cabin altitude light turned on in the cockpit.

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The flight landed at SMF just before 4 p.m. and to be inspected and serviced, officials said. All passengers were accommodated on another aircraft.

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A second flight headed from Portland to LAX diverted to Sacramento and landed safely.

SMF said they were notified of a medical alert on the flight. Further details were not available.

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