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Confusion broke out at the Pittsburgh International Airport by an air carrier a truck hit a plane that was parked at one of the airport’s gates.
The plane was said to be filled with passengers waiting to depart when the incident occurred. Based on the pictures that have been posted online, and the truck seems to have hit the plane from behind the wing. It is unclear how much damage either vehicle in there.
Teresa Varley posted a photo of the aftermath on Twitter. She claims that she is on the plane, flying to Denver when the accident happened. “Sitting on the plane and the truck hit us just as we were getting ready to pull it out. Shocking and scary. The prayer of the person who will do it,” she captioned the photo.
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The car was a provisioning truck which is used for the supply of aircraft materials for travel, food and drink, The new york times reports. It has not been revealed what caused the accident, although the driver was taken to the hospital for treatment. No injuries were reported from the passengers on the plane.
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“A Southwest Airlines provisioning truck had made contact with the aircraft was parked at gate A1 and at the Pittsburgh International Airport on Monday morning,” a spokesman for Southwest Airlines told Fox News. “Our immediate concern is for the well-being of the Driveway, the Agent, who was driving the vehicle. The plane is at the gate, a Boeing 737 -800 is scheduled to operate Flight #157 to Denver, with 174 Clients on board and a Crew of six. At this early stage, there are no reports of injuries aboard the plane. The aircraft will be taken out of service, and we are working to get our Customers to their destinations as quickly as possible.”
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In the meantime, at the Pittsburgh International Airport, tweeted a statement about the incident, posting, “Shortly before 10:30 a.m., airport fire and rescue responded to the Port A1 with a report from a carrier vehicle to make contact with a parked @SouthwestAir flight. The driver of the vehicle was transported to a hospital. No other injuries were reported. The operation of the airport will not be affected.”