Southwest Airlines flight makes emergency landing at Midway

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No one was hurt when a Southwest Airlines flight made an emergency landing shortly after taking off from Midway Airport Tuesday afternoon.

Flight 321, headed to New York, returned to Midway and landed safely about 1:35 p.m. after an engine indication light illuminated in the cockpit, according to a statement from Southwest Airlines.

None of the 118 passengers or five crewmembers were injured, the statement said.

The passengers were put on another flight to LaGuardia Airport, the statement said. They were scheduled to arrive about two hours behind schedule.

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