Czech plane makes emergency landing in Budapest

PRAGUE (AP) -- Czech national airline CSA says one of its turboprop planes made an emergency landing at Hungary's main international airport with 37 people onboard after one of the engines caught fire while taking off. No one has been injured.

Airline spokesman Daniel Sabik says the pilots of the ATR-72 twin-engine plane, which was heading from Budapest to Prague, shut down the burning motor before landing safely Wednesday.

The passengers were transported to Prague by a different plane later Wednesday. There were four crew members and 33 passengers on board. The cause of the incident was under investigation.