A commuter plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Bradley Airport Wednesday afternoon.
A Continental passenger plane being operated by Commute Air requested an emergency landing after someone reported smoke coming from the luggage compartment, according to Bradley Airport Operations.
Flight 4827 was en route from Providence to Newark with 32 passengers onboard when the pilots declared an emergency.
The plane landed without incident around 5:30. Fire crews inspected the luggage compartment and did not find smoke or fire. The plane taxied to a gate for further inspection, but the incident is being classified as a false alarm.