Southwest flight makes emergency landing at Indianapolis International Airport
Spokesman: Captain heard 'unusual sound'
Last Updated: 264 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS - A Southwest flight had to make an emergency landing at Indianapolis International Airport Tuesday night.
The captain of Southwest flight 441 -- which was carrying 133 passengers and five crew members from Baltimore to Las Vegas -- opted to make an emergency landing after hearing an unusual sound in the rear of the aircraft, Southwest spokesman Brad Hawkins said.
Local emergency crews responded to the emergency landing, but nothing unusual was found. No injuries were reported.
Hawkins said the crew and passengers would move to a new plane before heading to Las Vegas.
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