- Associated Press - Monday, January 27, 2014

CLEVELAND (AP) - A commuter plane with about 35 people on board has safely made an emergency landing at its destination in Cleveland.

Spokeswoman Jacqueline Mayo at the city-owned Cleveland Hopkins International Airport says the crew declared an emergency and landed safely Monday morning. Mayo says no one was hurt.

The aircraft was towed to the gate.

The operator CommutAir says United Express flight 4840 from Harrisburg, Pa., to Cleveland had a mechanical problem and the pilot declared an emergency as a precaution. The mechanical problem wasn’t specified.

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