Plane with possible cabin pressure issue lands at MIA

No injuries reported

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MIAMI - A plane landed at Miami International Airport on Thursday morning after a cabin pressure warning light came on.

American Airlines Flight 1585 left Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on its way to Los Angeles, and the pilot saw a light indicating a possible pressurization problem come on.

The pilot decided to land in Miami as a precaution.

The oxygen masks on the plane were not deployed.

There were 143 passengers and six crew members on the plane at the time. No injuries were reported.

The plane made a safe landing, and crews examined it and deemed it safe. The flight will take off again for Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon.

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