Dripping fluid to blame for smoke in cabin that forced jet evacuation at DIA
DENVER -- Delta Air Lines says fluid dripping onto a power unit created the smoke that forced passengers to evacuate a plane after it landed at Denver's airport. After flight 1854 from Detroit landed normally Tuesday night, passengers reported that smoke filled the cabin as the MD-90 aircraft was taxiing to the gate. Delta says the plane stopped and its 146 passengers used the plane's slides and over-wing exits to escape the cabin.