http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/story?section=news/local&id=8821505 PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - September 23, 2012 (WPVI) -- A gun belonging to a flight attendant was fired into a TSA break room at Philadelphia International Airport Sunday morning, officials say. The incident occurred at 6:40 a.m. as a Republic Airlines flight attendant was attempting to go through the employee lane of security at Terminal C. A TSA worker noticed a gun in the flight attendant's bag and pulled her aside. Related Content MORE: Sendit.6abc.com MORE: Send a Breaking News alert MORE: Report a typo MORE: Sign up for 6abc Newsletters MORE: See more Action News slideshows A Philadelphia police officer then retrieved the gun from the bag when it discharged. The bullet went into a TSA break room where and employee was sitting. The employee was not injured. Internal Affairs was brought to the scene to investigate. The flight attendant told police she forgot the gun was in her bag. Officials say she had a permit for the gun. The gun and permit were confiscated by Philadelphia police. The flight attendant was taken into custody and released. Republic Airlines is contracted by US Airways to handle their express flights.