Storms leave Houston travelers stranded at airport

Hundreds of people who were traveling through Bush Intercontinental Airport were stranded after their flights were cancelled or delayed because of the storms moving through Southeast Texas.

The storms caused a late-night ground stop, leading travelers to either miss their flights or not have one at all. Many were left stuck without transportation, lodging, or even their luggage.

United Airlines told customers on outbound flights that their baggage would be left on planes and that they could get them when the finally arrived at their destination.

Many travelers were allegedly stuck for hours on the tarmac waiting for the storms to pass before their flights ended up cancelled. Flights coming in also had to wait on the tarmac for an extended period of time before being allowed to head to terminals.

Airport officials say if you are traveling this morning you should contact your airline for the most up-to-date information.

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