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Delta flight en route to Chicago lands in Milwaukee due to possible mechanical problem, weather

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[FILE] A Delta Airlines jet sits on the tarmac at the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

MILWAUKEE — A Delta Airlines flight en route to Chicago landed in Milwaukee — at General Mitchell International Airport Monday, August 29th due to a possible mechanical problem, and weather conditions in Chicago.

According to a Delta spokeswoman, while heading to Chicago, the pilots received notification of a possible engine problem in the cockpit.

Due to a combination of the possible engine problem and the weather in Chicago, the decision was made to land in Milwaukee.

The flight landed safely, and passengers were then being bused to Chicago.

No one was hurt.

Technicians were checking the plane after it landed.

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