Delta flight with cracked window lands in Memphis

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Delta Airlines says a flight was diverted to Memphis International Airport because of a crack in a window.

In a statement, Delta says Flight 557 was going from Detroit to Mexico City on Wednesday when crew members reported a small crack in one of the aircraft's cockpit windows.

The Airbus A319 carrying 104 passengers and six crew members landed safely. No injuries were reported.

Delta says passengers were being placed on another flight.


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