A flight from the Dominican Republic to Orlando made an emergency landing in the Bahamas Wednesday morning following a report of a passenger aboard a cargo smoke, a report said.
The flight struck Nassau immediately after it was taken down when staff reported smoke, the Sun Sentinel reported.
The passengers initially evacuated the plane normally, but after the captain's decision initiated the emergency slides and discharged the remaining crew and passengers. 19659003] MICHAEL JORDAN WANTED TO HURRICANE RELIEF
No injuries were reported in the prevention, according to the report. the newspaper in an email. "The aircraft will be re-evaluated and customers will continue to Orlando aboard a new aircraft."
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