Bound flight makes emergency landing in Albuquerque after cabin fills with smoke

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"Our People in Albuquerque worked to get Customers on board another aircraft to continue their journey to Dallas".

A Southwest Airlines flight flying from Phoenix to Dallas was forced to make an emergency landing Sunday at the Albuquerque International Sunport, New Mexico.

HUNDREDS of desperate passengers have been filmed leaping out of an aircraft after an emergency landing as cabin crew screamed at them to move away from the plane. Media reports described a smoke-filled cabin.

Some passengers used emergency slides, while others jumped off the wing.

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Cox said shortly before the crew announced that the plane would be making an emergency landing it got hot on the plane and there was a amusing smell. Some jumped off the wing.

The fire department said two people were brought to local hospitals but did not reveal the nature of their injuries.

"It was a harrowing five minutes coming down", passenger Paul Allen said after making it to Dallas early Monday.

In a statement to International Business Times, the Southwest Airlines said: "Flight 3562 traveling tonight from Phoenix Sky Harbor to Dallas Love Field diverted to Albuquerque International Sunport after our Crew noted an unusual odor in the cabin".

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"Just made an emergency landing in Albuquerque".

Rene Lira was sitting in an emergency-exit row during the flight.

After being diverted to Albuquerque, 140 passengers were evacuated from the plane.

Breathing heavily, he called his wife back home in North Texas to tell her what had happened. He hurt his knuckles and knees during the jump.

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