U.S. Airways jet makes emergency landing in N.C.

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A US Airways jet en route from Lynchburg, Va. to Charlotte, N.C. had a "maintenance" issue and was diverted to Greensboro, N.C., where it made an emergency landing Wednesday morning, reports CBS Greensboro affiliate WFMY-TV.

The carrier told CBS News the issue with Flight 3727 was a "faulty gear indication."

None of the 45 passengers and or 5 crew was hurt, US Airways said.

Passengers were to continue from Piedmont Triad International Airport by bus or on another plane, the airline said.