Plane Returns to O’Hare After Reported Fuel Issue
CHICAGO (AP) – Authorities say an American Airlines airplane headed to Reno, Nev., from Chicago returned to O’Hare International Airport when a problem with the fuel feed was detected. No injuries were reported Sunday. Airline spokeswoman Dori Alvarez says flight 1487 departed from O’Hare around 10:40 a.m. The pilot noticed an indicator light showing there was a problem with the plane’s fuel feed. Alvarez says the plane returned after noon as a safety precaution.