Courtesy KIRO TV.

SEATAC, Wash. —

Passengers have been tweeting about an Alaska Airlines plane’s rough landing at Sea-Tac airport overnight.

Pictures from Twitter show Flight 601 from Las Vegas on the tarmac after landing just after midnight Monday.

Alaska Airlines said two of the Boeing 737’s left tires blew after landing. The captain and co-pilot didn’t know anything was wrong until pilots on another plane saw smoke.

Firefighters sprayed the tires with foam.

The plane is being inspected to determine what caused the tires to blow.

All 173 passengers on board exited the plane safely.

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