First of all, the wikipedia page says that the situation can't occur, or at least, we don't call it a solution.
Meh. smoke, or dust suspended in air is a colloid, or a sol, not a solution, because its not homogeneous enough. But the Wikipedia page mentions a solution may not be homogeneous. Just words.
OK. A hypothetical: calcium chloride is a solid. Water vapor in the air is a gas. Calcium chloride is deliquescent, its so hygroscopic it draws moisture from the air, dissolving itself into a liquid solution. But if I add calcium chloride to liquid water, I get the same solution. So its not all that impressive how it got there.