BOSTON (CBS) — Emergency crews responded to reports of smoke in an American Airlines plane on the ground at Logan Airport late Friday afternoon.

The Boeing 737 took off around 4:10p.m. from Logan and was headed to Los Angeles’ LAX airport. The plane landed back at Logan about 20 minutes after takeoff after passengers smelled smoke.

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Fire crews responded to the scene around 5:00p.m. and found no signs of smoke.

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No passengers needed medical attention.

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