Frontier flight makes emergency landing at DIA

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DENVER -- A Frontier Airlines flight had to make an emergency landing at Denver International Airport Monday after the flight crew received a warning that the cabin had lost pressurization.

Flight 1557 with 98 passengers on board was headed to San Diego when the flight crew got the warning light about 30 minutes into the flight.

A spokesperson for Republic Airlines, Frontier's owner, told FOX31 Denver the fight crew declared an emergency and returned to DIA.

The flight was over the Rocky Mountains and made a quick decent and returned to DIA without incident.

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