LOS ANGELES (AP) — An El Al flight headed to Los Angeles from Israel made an emergency landing in Montana on Sunday morning after the crew reported a warning light indicated a fire in one engine.

However, The Billings Gazette reported that there was no visible fire when the Israeli airline flight landed safely before 6 a.m. at the Billings airport.

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Officials say there were about 280 passengers and crew on the Boeing 777.

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Passengers say the plane was headed to Los Angeles from Tel Aviv when it hit turbulence. Shortly after that, a flight attendant announced that the pilots had seen a cockpit warning light and that the plane would land in Billings.

A spare aircraft was being sent to Billings to complete the flight’s journey to Los Angeles International Airport.

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