A Minnesota-bound commercial jetliner from New York City made an emergency landing at Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport after sundown Wednesday. A Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman said Wednesday night that Flight 4131, a regional jet plane flying from New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, was diverted to Austin Straubel because of a medical emergency to one passenger. Elizabeth Isham Cory, who works in the FAA's Public Affairs Office-Great Lakes Region near Chicago, said the plane landed at Austin Straubel at 5:40 p.m. She declined further comment on the incident, which the live aircraft-tracking website FlightAware.com indicated was an Endeavor Air flight operating as Delta Connection. On-scene reports from responding units on the Brown County Public Safety scanner feed indicated the passenger was a baby. A Brown County Public Safety spokesman wouldn't say Wednesday night whether the person who required medical attention was a child and whether that individual had to be taken for treatment at a local hospital. An on-scene responder was heard saying the passenger was conscious when the plane landed. FlightAware.com indicated an Endeavor Air jet plane en route to the Twin Cities was diverted to Green Bay two hours after its takeoff from JFK airport. According to its website, Endeavor Air is wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines. Endeavor flies as Delta Connection with 150 regional jetliners on 850 daily flights to more than 100 cities in the U.S. and Canada. FlightAware.com indicated the same flight took off from Austin Straubel at 6:19 Wednesday night and landed at its intended destination 47 minutes later.