US Airways flight 2950 makes an emergency landing in Grand Junction after experiencing hydraulic problems. Passengers said the pilot of the plane advised them that they would be diverted to Grand Junction from Aspen because they wouldn't be able to land properly in Aspen. The flight was originally scheduled to land in Aspen at 2:05 P.M.
Passengers were provided with a charter bus to take them to Aspen. The bus driver said the ride would take approximately two hours. Nobody was injured during the ordeal. Passengers said they were happy to be on their way despite the brief stop over.
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