A Delta Airlines flight to Detroit made an emergency landing in Wyoming on Friday after the detection of a possible fire in the cargo area of the plane.
The Delta Airbus A321 departed Salt Lake City and was sailing at approximately 15,000 feet at approximately 1500 hours. when pilots noticed an increase in temperatures in the cargo area. The plane was diverted to the Cheyenne Regional Airport and evacuated.
Firefighters checked the plane and found no fire.
None of the 200 passengers on board were injured. They were allowed to board and recover their belongings.
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The airline has brought a new plane to resume the trip to Detroit.
Associated Press contributed to this report.