Fifteen people suffered minor injuries when a Jet Blue airplane made a hard land at Sacramento International Airport in Northern California on Thursday, authorities said.
The landing forced the emigration of 87 passengers and five crew members via inflatable slides, Airport spokeswoman Gina Swankie said.
The passengers were then loaded on buses and waited on the runway to go to a terminal, Swankie said.
"A Jet Blue spokesman told me that the flight reported a matter with the brakes," Swankie said. "The crew elected to evacuate the aircraft in an abundance of caution."
The flight blew two tires as it was landing, said Swankie.
The tires caught fire, Swankie said, but he could not corroborate reports that a fire was also reported on the plane.
Flight 262, which was from Long Beach, Southern California, was planned to arrive at 12:37 p.m.