CHICAGO (CBSNewYork/AP) — A Southwest Airlines flight form LaGuardia Airport to Chicago made an emergency landing Tuesday after an engine warning light came on in the cockpit, an airline spokeswoman said.

The light came on shortly after Flight 321 took off from Midway International Airport headed to LaGuardia, prompting pilots to return to Midway, Southwest spokeswoman Brandy King said.
The aircraft experienced the problem at around 1:15 p.m. and landed back at Midway around 1:35 p.m.

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“It landed safely without incident,” said Chicago Department of Aviation spokeswoman Karen Pride.

There were 118 passengers and five crewmembers aboard the aircraft, King said.

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Passengers were placed on other flights headed for LaGuardia.

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