A fiber optic outage at Hopkins Airport delayed plane landings on Thursday morning.
An FAA spokesperson says there was a problem with a fiber optic cable so no planes were permitted to land for about 15 minutes.
Construction crews on Brook Park Road hit a power line, causing the issue at the airport.
No flights were forced to land anywhere else, pilots just had to slow down landing procedures.
No major delays are being reported.
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