(OAKLAND, Calif.) – A Southwest Airlines flight bound for Los Angeles had to make an emergency landing in Oakland Friday, believing that one of its engines was on fire, according to The San Francisco Chronicle.
The flight took off from San Francisco International Airport late Friday when a warning light came on indicating that the No. 2 engine had caught fire. None of the 113 people on board were reported injured, and were able to make a transfer to Los Angeles.
Officials have not yet explained the problem.
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