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First Lady’s Plane Makes Emergency Landing After Smoke in Cabin

First Lady's Plane Makes Emergency Landing

Courtesy: The White House

First Lady’s Plane Makes Emergency Landing After Smoke in Cabin

The First Lady’s plane made an emergency landing at Joint Base Andrews after a “thin haze of smoke” filled the cabin and passengers on board smelled a burning scent on the aircraft, according to reports  from reporters on the aircraft.  The First Lady’s plane has safely arrived back at Joint Base Andrews, a military base in Southern Maryland, and the First Lady deplaned.

The plane landed safely soon after reports came out about the smoke on board.

Reports say that the issue was a mechanical one. The First Lady was on her way to Philadelphia to address Jefferson Health’s conference on neonatal abstinence syndrome, a cause that has been at the forefront for the First Lady since she came to the White house.

The First Lady’s spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, informed the press that nobody was injured and that it was caused by a mechanical issue.

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