SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Delta flight headed to Salt Lake City from Sacramento made an emergency landing shortly after takeoff Tuesday evening.
A Sacramento International Airport spokesperson said the flight took off at 6:50 p.m. and had a bird strike shortly after takeoff.READ MORE: Ceres Officers Arrest 2 Drivers, Impound Their Cars After Alleged Street Race
The plane turned around and landed safely at SMF. The spokesperson said 65 people including the crew were on board. No injuries were reported.
“It was a really loud thud, then vibrating and it kinda smelled like smoke,” passenger Anna Nielson said.READ MORE: Gavin Newsom On East Coast Talking About His New Children’s Book About Dealing With Dyslexia
It’s not clear at this time if there was any damage to the plane or if the plane will take off again Tuesday night.
“[I was] really wondered what was going on and could smell. The guy next to me said that’s a bad smell,” passenger Lucy Murphy said.MORE NEWS: Witness Describes I-5 Shooting That Left Man With Life-Threatening Injuries In Sacramento
Dozens of passengers were forced to get rebooked with no new available flights leaving until Wednesday morning.