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Southwest Airlines has taken one of its planes out of service after the strong gusts of wind managed to push it into a beam of a bridge in the middle of a coastal storm in the Northeast.
It’s a plane, located within Boston’s Logan International Airport, which was sitting empty at the gate when the incident took place on Thursday morning, a spokesman for the south-West, confirmed to Fox News. The left wing of the plane, however, the suspension of the jet-bridge, since it was being pushed all over the road.
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The pictures of the airport, which was shared with the Boston 25 News, the pitch of the plane’s wing was resting on a section of the road. It is not clear whether the plane was damaged.
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“Early this morning, a Southwest aircraft at the gate at Boston’s Logan International Airport was moved by the wind, so that the left-hand wing to make contact with the top of the jet bridge, the airline wrote in a statement. “There have been no reports of any injuries or crew on board the aircraft at any time.
The airline also confirmed that the plane was taken out of service for inspection.
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In the Southwest incident, the incident is only part of the damage to the Logan airport, in Boston, in the middle of a Saturday night bomb on the hurricane, which is gale-force winds and knocked out power to hundreds of thousands in the area. In the case of officials, to ensure the airport is referred to as a cover, it is blown away in the Delta-scale, and multiple downed trees on the airport road, according to the Boston 25 News.