Passengers aboard a Delta Air Lines flight had to evacuate to a runway at Denver International Airport Tuesday after smoke reports were reported in the cabin, the Denver Post reported.
The 153 passengers of the aircraft used the emergency exits of the jet. One person was referred to UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital, the Post reported citing an airport spokesman.
Other passengers were injured during the evacuation, but none of them were serious, the spokesman said.
"The safety of Delta's customer and crew is our top priority, and we apologize for the concern that has caused this situation," said an airline spokesman.
The Delta Flight 1854 from Detroit to Denver landed around 20:10.
Images from social media showed passengers standing on the plane during the evacuation while a shuttle bus transported them to the airport.
The Denver Fire Department was called, but there was never a fire, the Post reported.