LAS VEGAS – Ann Romney's plane made an emergency landing today in Colorado after smoke filled the cabin due to an apparent electrical fire.
Mrs. Romney, wife of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, was not harmed in the incident, spokeswoman Sarah Haley confirms.
The flight was en route from Omaha, Nebraska, where Mrs. Romney had attended fundraisers this afternoon to Los Angeles.
Haley said the plane was surrounded by fire trucks when it landed.
No press travels with Mrs. Romney on her flights, but she is typically accompanied by Haley, her advance staffer Brittany Ladd, a make-up artist as well as two secret service agents.
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