A plane is evacuated at DIA after smoke filled the cabin. (Photo posted on Twitter by Mike Tsang)Passengers on a US Airways flight arriving at Denver International Airport on Wednesday afternoon were told to evacuate the plane after smoke was reported in the cockpit. The plane, an Airbus A321, was being operated by American Airlines. “While taxiing to the gate, the pilot was alerted to possible smoke in the cabin,” airline spokeswoman Andrea Huguely said in an issued statement. “The passengers and crew deplaned via the slides.”Passengers were then bused to Concourse A to be reunited with their luggage, airport spokeswoman Mindy Crane said.An airport official said three people possibly sustained “very minor injuries.”The airline confirms they are in contact with the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration to investigate the incident.A plane is evacuated at DIA after smoke filled the cabin. (Photo posted on Twitter by Mike Tsang)”There was smoke coming out of the wall,” said Captain Greg Pixley, a spokesman for the Denver Fire Department. “What caused it was contained to that one area. They are still investigating the cause.”Pixley said the issue has been contained. “I can’t say there was fire, but there was smoke,” Pixley said. “There was not visible fire.”One passenger posted photos of the smoky cabin on Twitter and of passengers gathered on the tarmac outside of the plane. A video from the evacuation shows passengers exiting the plane on emergency evacuation slides and gathering on the snowy tarmac.US Airways Flight 445, arriving at DIA from Charlotte, NC, had 158 passengers and six crewmembers on board, according to the airline. FlightAware.com shows the plane landed at about 11:45 a.m.Jesse Paul: 303-954-1733, jpaul@denverpost.com or twitter.com/JesseAPaul – Click Here To Visit Article Source