DENVER (CBS4) – A United Airlines flight that departed Denver International Airport bound for Boston on Friday had to return to DIA because of a passenger who was smoking.

According to Raquel Lopez with Denver police, officers responded to the disturbance but no arrests were made.

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According to United Airlines the passenger was seated in the economy section and refused requests to stop smoking.

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Lopez said the passenger, whose name hasn’t been released, was taken to a hospital for evaluation.

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The flight was canceled. Customers were re-booked on flights Saturday.