A Jet Blue flight headed from Boston to Baltimore was forced to land in Philadelphia Sunday evening.
According to the Philadelphia Fire Department, they were called to Philadelphia International Airport for reports of a plane coming in with smoke in the cockpit.
The plane made a normal landing and everyone was evacuated, according to ABC sister station WPVI in Philadelphia.
Jet Blue flight 827 was carrying 95 passengers and three crew members.
There was apparently a heat indicator in the baggage area of the plane, fire officials said.
No injuries were reported.
Fire investigators are still looking into the cause.
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