Passengers leave a plane and stand on the tarmac at Denver International Airport after being evacuated from a Delta flight in Detroit on Tuesday, May 8, 201
DENVER – The latest news on smoke evacuating a Delta Air Lines flight (all local times):
Delta Air Lines says that liquid is on dripping an engine that produced smoke that forced passengers to leave an airplane after landing at Denver Airport.
After Detroit's 1854 flight usually landed Tuesday night, passengers reported smoke filling the cabin as the MD-90 rolled to the gate. Delta says the plane stopped and its 146 passengers used the aircraft's slides and over-wing exits to escape from the cabin.
Airline spokeswoman Lisa Hellerstedt said Wednesday that a small amount of hydraulic fluid dripped onto a hot engine
Investigators found no evidence of a fire in the aircraft.
A Delta Air Lines flight from Detroit to Denver was evacuated after passengers had reported smoke to the cabin.
Firefighters welcomed Flight 1854 when it landed at Denver International Airport shortly after 8 pm Tuesday. Airport spokeswoman Emily Williams reports that passengers have reported that smoke filled the cabin as the plane drove to the gate.
She says that inhaling smoke did not report major injuries, but she has heard that a handful of passengers suffered minor injuries during the evacuation.
Williams did not know how many people were on board or what kind of plane it was.
A call to Delta was not returned immediately on Tuesday night.
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