SWA Flight Diverted Due to Cabin Pressure Light

Cabin pressure light diverts flight to Oakland

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    Southwest Airlines planes take off from the airline's hub at Dallas Love Field Airport March 12, 2008, in Dallas, Texas.

    A Southwest flight from San Francisco to Denver diverted to Oakland Tuesday morning due to a cabin pressue issue.

    According to the Dallas-based airline, the cabin pressurization indicator light came on after takeoff at about 8 a.m. CT.

    The flight was diverted to Oakland.

    The passengers were deplaned and put on other flights.

    There were no injuries reported.

    NBC 5's Ben Russell contributed to this story.