(NEW YORK POST) -- A Southwest Airlines flight bound for Newark made an emergency landing Wednesday due to a broken passenger window — as the beleaguered airline downplayed the situation as a “maintenance” issue.
Flight No. 957, which took off from Chicago Midway Airport, was diverted to Cleveland, Ohio, just before 11 a.m. — two hours after taking off, according to Flight View.
It landed safely at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and no one was injured, officials said.
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