"Interesting day -- just made a return-flight emergency landing at GSP," Graham tweeted, Politico reported. "About 5 minutes into today's flight from Greenville to Washington, I and my other passengers noticed the engine making strange sound[s]."
The plane departed Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport at 2:42 p.m. and landed minutes later at the same airport, where fire trucks were waiting.
"Thank you the first responders at GSP and flight crew for the work you do," Graham said.
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