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Slideshow: Delta Air passengers back on their way after emergency landing in Cold Bay

Passengers deplane from a Delta flight that had an unexpected stopover in Cold Bay, Alaska. A Boeing 767-300ER landed in Cold Bay just after 6 a.m. Wednesday with 167 passengers and 11 crew members on board. The flight was en route between Tokyo, Japan and San Francisco.
Jeff Doerning
A Boeing 767-300ER landed in Cold Bay just after 6 a.m. Wednesday with 167 passengers and 11 crew members on board. The flight was en route between Tokyo, Japan and San Francisco.
Dawn Lyons
Delta passengers had lunch in the Cold Bay community center while waiting for their plane. A Boeing 767-300ER landed in Cold Bay just after 6 a.m. Wednesday with 167 passengers and 11 crew members on board. The flight was en route between Tokyo, Japan and San Francisco.
Dawn Lyons
Delta passengers spend time in the community center of Cold Bay while they wait for the plane. A Boeing 767-300ER landed in Cold Bay just after 6 a.m. Wednesday with 167 passengers and 11 crew members on board. The flight was en route between Tokyo, Japan and San Francisco.
Dawn Lyons
A Boeing 767-300ER landed in Cold Bay just after 6 a.m. Wednesday with 167 passengers and 11 crew members on board. The flight was en route between Tokyo, Japan and San Francisco.
Jeff Doerning
Two Delta planes are on the tarmac at Cold Bay, Alaska. A Boeing 767-300ER landed in Cold Bay just after 6 a.m. Wednesday with 167 passengers and 11 crew members on board. The flight was en route between Tokyo, Japan and San Francisco.
Jeff Doerning
Passengers from the delayed Delta flight spend time in the Cold Bay community center. A Boeing 767-300ER landed in Cold Bay just after 6 a.m. Wednesday with 167 passengers and 11 crew members on board. The flight was en route between Tokyo, Japan and San Francisco.
Jeff Doerning
Alaska Dispatch