DANIA BEACH, Fla. -- A jet plane's engine caught fire Thursday as it prepared for takeoff, and passengers had to quickly evacuate using emergency slides, officials said.
Broward Health Medical Center told CBS News that it was treating 13 patients from the fire, including one child and one trauma patient.
It's not clear how many people were on board the Dynamic Airways flight headed to Caracas, Venezuela, from the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport.
Passengers on another plane on the runway recorded the fire and posted video to Twitter showing plumes of thick black smoke coming from the plane.
Plane caught on fire at #FLL! pic.twitter.com/61o6jvrEAY
— Mike Dupuy (@mikejdupuy) October 29, 2015
Scene at #FLL pic.twitter.com/wyRQ8yk1R6
— Joel Braunold (@braunold) October 29, 2015
A pilot in an aircraft taxiing behind the Dynamic Airways plane reported fuel leaking from it before the fire, Bergen said.

An audio recording posted by WSVN showed that an air traffic controller told the pilot "a lot of fluid" was leaking from his left engine. The controller then urgently tells the pilot that the engine had caught fire and that he was dispatching firefighters.
The plane is a 767-200 that was built in 1986, CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports.
Dynamic said on its website its Boeing 767s can accommodate up to 250 people.
Plane on fire at FLL pic.twitter.com/VpD8f8Oe3H
— Cooper (@coopernyc) October 29, 2015
The National Transportation Safety Board announced that it would send a team of four people to investigate.