Crash landing at Green Bay Airport due to smoke in the cockpit

GREEN BAY (NBC 26) — A United Airlines flight from Portland, Oregon, was diverted to Green Bay Airport for an emergency landing on Friday morning.

According to Marty Piett, director of Green Bay International Airport Austin Strobel, there were reports of smoke in the cockpit.

The plane landed safely and the passengers were able to leave the flight. No harm done.

About 130 people were on board the plane, which was originally bound for Newark, New Jersey, according to Piett.