“Our priority is taking care of our customers and crew who sustained injuries,” Delta said in a written statement.
There were a total of 151 passengers, 10 flight attendants and four pilots on the plane. U.S. Customs and Border Protection cleared passengers who needed medical attention. Delta said it is providing accommodations, food and rebooking for customers who were not injured.
The FAA said it will investigate the incident.
Elsewhere on Tuesday evening, Atlanta-based Delta also had two emergency landings.
A flight from Memphis to Delta’s Salt Lake City hub diverted to Wichita after an aircraft pressurization issue that required flying at a low altitude.
And a flight from Salt Lake City to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport diverted to Denver after a “suspected issue with the aircraft’s hydraulic system,” according to Delta.