A damaged glass forced First Lady Jill Biden's jet to turn around and return to Denver

 Colorado, on Monday while she was en route to Michigan, according to a spokesman for the 89th Airlift Wing of the Air Force.

In order to reduce risks related to the integrity of the windscreen and ice conditions at their destination,

The aircrew decided to divert the aircraft back to Denver International Airport because of a non-threatening windscreen crack,

The spokesperson said. "Neither the onboard passengers nor the pilots sustained any injuries during the crew's safe return."

Vanessa Valdivia, Biden's press secretary, also assured CBS News that "everyone is secure." There was "no safety danger" to Biden or her staff

According to the Secret Service. In order to support her husband's economic ideas, Biden was in Colorado on Monday.