Posted from ABC2news.com

By: WMAR Staff

INDIANAPOLIS – A plane flying non-stop from Baltimore to Las Vegas made an emergency landing in Indiana after there were reports of an electrical odor.

The plane was a Southwest airlines flight 441 and had 134 people on board.
The plane declared an emergency and landed in Indianapolis after reports of a smoky smell of an electrical nature were coming from inside the galley.
After flight 441 landed at 8:45 p.m., officials found no signs of any fire.
The plane was rescheduled to fly on to Las Vegas.  No injuries were reported.

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