Fire crew meets Southwest plane after possible fire reported

LAS VEGAS - There were some frightening moments Tuesday morning for Southwest flight arriving in Las Vegas from Phoenix, Arizona.

 According to Christine Crews with McCarran International Airport, an indicator light went on in the cockpit warning the pilots about a possible fire on flight #1082.

The incident happened around 8:10 a.m. The plane was met by fire crews and the passengers were safely removed from the plane.

There was no fire found on the plane but the plane has been grounded, according to Dan Landson with Southwest Airlines.

(Correction: It was incorrectly reported earlier that the flight was flight #1652 from Burbank based on information from McCarran International Airport.)


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