MADISON, Wis. (CBSLA/AP) — An American Airlines plane traveling from New York to Los Angeles was forced to make an emergency landing Sunday afternoon in Wisconsin, according to officials with the airline and the Dane County Regional Airport in Madison.

Boeing 787 Dreamliner American Airlines. Planes taking off and landing at Leonardo da Vinci airport. Fiumicino (Italy), October 11th, 2021 (Photo by Massimo Insabato/Archivio Massimo Insabato/Mondadori Portfolio via Getty Images)

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An airport official said the plane landed without incident around 2:19 p.m. Central time after reports of smoke in the cabin. The passengers and crew evacuated safely and no injuries were reported.

One of the passengers onboard said there was smoke inside the cabinet.

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“When I woke up I saw like the smoke coming from the bottom of the plane and then two rows ahead of me,” Barena Wilder said. “I panicked. I got scared and I ran to the back.”

There were 190 people on board the Airbus 321, including pilots and crew. A separate plane eventually brought the passengers to Los Angeles., officials said.

The runway was closed for approximately five minutes. American Airlines is holding the plane in Madison to be inspected.

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