Smoke causes United flight to make emergency landing in Cleveland

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CLEVELAND– A United Airlines flight made an emergency landing in Cleveland Friday night.

There were reports of smoke in the cabin of Flight 1611 from Newark to Chicago, according to a United spokesman. The plane landed safely at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

Passengers exited the plane. They are scheduled to leave soon on another aircraft.

“We apologize to our customers for the inconvenience,” the spokesman said.



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