Passenger plane makes emergency stop in Poland after smoke appears on board

A spokesman for Polish firefighters says a plane with 94 people aboard flying from Gdansk to Copenhagen returned to the airport and made an emergency landing after smoke appeared on board. No injuries were reported.

Marian Hinca, spokesman firefighters in Gdansk, said the crew turned back to Lech Walesa airport and made an emergency landing Tuesday morning after smoke appeared in the plane. There were 88 passengers and six crew members aboard the Scandinavian Airlines plane. They were evacuated through emergency exits.