A US Airways flight with 49 passengers aboard landed safely at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut after a fire was reported on the plane. No one was injured. Airport spokesman John Wallace said Flight 3518 from Bradley to Pittsburgh took off at about 11:30 a.m. Monday but was forced to return about 15 to 20 minutes later because of a fire reported in the plane’s auxiliary power unit. The plane landed at Bradley without incident shortly after noon. It was not clear if there actually was a fire.
WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn.
US Airways flight lands safely in Conn.
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