By Mark Abrams

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — No one was hurt when smoke began pouring from the brakes on an American Eagle flight from Philadelphia to Indianapolis International Airport upon landing Tuesday just after 6 p.m.

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Airport officials say the American Airlines jet was carrying 32 people.

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They were safely evacuated from the plane as fire crews poured water on the brakes to prevent a fire.

The passengers and crew were taken to the terminal by bus.

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Airline officials are inspecting the plane to determine what caused the issue.