An American Eagle plane landed safely at DFW Airport after reporting mechanical problems this morning, American Airlines confirmed.
American Eagle Flight 3292 originated from Torreón International Airport in central Mexico and reported a possible issue with its brakes, said American Airlines spokesman Ross Feinstein.
It landed safely at DFW Airport just after 10 a.m., taxied off the main runway and was towed to its gate, Feinstein said.
The flight left Mexico at 8:15 a.m. and arrived at DFW Airport ahead of its scheduled arrival time of 10:25 a.m.
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NBC 5 News tweeted an aerial photo of the plane after it landed.