Engine troubles force plane carrying Lindsey Graham to land
GREER, SC (WYFF) -
A commercial flight with 40 people on board, including Sen. Lindsey Graham, was
forced to return to Greenville-Spartanburg Airport when an oil indicator
light came on, according to an airport spokeswoman.
The United Airlines flight left GSP at 2:37 p.m. headed to Dulles Airport, according to Rosylin Weston.
Weston said the plane landed at GSP safely a short time later.
after 4 p.m., Graham tweeted: "About 5 minutes into
today's flight from Greenville to Washington, I and my other passengers
noticed the engine making strange sound."
The GSP spokeswoman did not mention an engine sound, only the warning light.