PASCO, Wash. -- A Delta Air Lines flight heading from Atlanta to Seattle made an emergency landing in Pasco, Wash., overnight.
Officials said sensors indicated a fire in the cargo hold while the plane was still airborne.
The plane landed safely and all 183 passengers deplaned while rescuers searched for a problem. They didn't find one, leading them to believe the plane had a faulty sensor.
Passengers were given hotel vouchers or were bused to their final destinations.
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