Passengers on Seattle-bound flight tell of scary aborted takeoff in Sacramento

A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737

Southwest Airlines Flight 2287 bound for Seattle had to abort a takeoff at Sacramento International Airport Tuesday night after the plane blew two tires.

Officials shut down the runway and fire crews doused the Boeing 737's tires as a precaution.

The plane had 130 passengers onboard and everyone was reported to be OK. The passengers were evacuated and taken into the terminal, where they were to board another flight for Seattle later Tuesday night.

While waiting in Sacramento to board another flight, passengers discussed what they heard and experienced during the aborted takeoff.  Watch the video for the interviews.