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DFW AIRPORT (CBSDFW.COM) – After landing in Dallas, Spirit Airlines’ flight 407 experienced a small fire on one of the landing gear tires Thursday afternoon.

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A company spokesperson says the fire was quickly extinguished by the DFW Airport’s fire department and no one was hurt.

Spirit Airlines Flight 407 had a small fire after landing. (Photo by: Payton Ballesteros)

Spirit Airlines Flight 407 had a small fire after landing. (Photo by: Payton Ballesteros)

DFW Aiport Fire Dept. puts out fire. (Photo by: Payton Ballesteros)

DFW Aiport Fire Dept. puts out fire. (Photo by: Payton Ballesteros)

The flight originated in Orlando. All passengers deplaned safely at the gate. A Spirit Airlines maintenance team worked to repair the tire and began investigating the cause of the fire.

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The FAA reported earlier Spirit Airlines Flight 407 was taxiing to the gate after landing when the crew reported a possible brake fire. DFW DPS responded and the plane was towed to the gate.

The Airbus A-320 had 178 passengers on board.

Passenger Payton Ballesteros, who took the photos of the fire out a window remarked on Twitter, “They bragged about getting us here quickly…looks like it was a little too fast.”

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