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By Simon Hradecky, Dec 15th 2012, via The Aviation Herald

A Jetblue Embraer ERJ-190, registration N281JB performing flight B6-1327 from Boston, MA to Baltimore, MD (USA) with 91 passengers and 4 crew, was descending through about 7000 feet towards Baltimore when the crew declared emergency reporting an electrical smell in the cockpit. Upon contacting tower the crew advised they were intending to vacate the runway. The aircraft continued for a safe landing on runway 33L about 8 minutes later, vacated the runway via taxiway F and stopped, the occupants were evacuated via slides. No injuries occurred.

The airline reported the crew declared emergency as a precaution due to some mechanical problem, the 90 passengers and 4 crew were evacuated and taken to the terminal.

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