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Southwest Airlines has confirmed that two planes hit each other before you run out to the Nashville International Airport.
According to a spokesman for the airline and the winglet of an aircraft is “in touch” with the winglet of one aircraft onto the tarmac of the airport. According to witnesses, the incident took place while the planes were pulling back from their prospective ports.
The incident took place on Saturday night, USA Today reports. No injuries were reported when the planes collided, the two vehicles had to go back to their respective ports. According to a spokesperson for Southwest Airlines, and both planes were taken out of service for maintenance, and evaluation.”
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It is unclear as to the severity of the damage to a plane.
A person claiming to be a passenger on the flight posted a picture of an apparently damaged wing on Twitter. She captioned the photo, ” Welcome to Crashville. Got stuck waiting for a plane at BNA, as a result of the back again on the way back to the Hotel. We’re finally back to the draw and they crash the plane into the other plane. Took the S on the right side. What happens to the Southwest Air?”
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In a statement to Fox News, a spokesman for Southwest Airlines confirmed that During the pushback, the winglet of the Southwest Flight in 1555, with a regular shipping service between Nashville and California. In st. Louis, came in contact with the winglet of the Southwest Flight 4580, with a regular shipping service between Nashville and Atlanta. Both aircraft returned to the gate under their own power and were taken out of service for the care and Maintenance of the self-assessment.
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“There were no reports of any injuries. Each of the flights will be operated with new aircraft to continue the service at the scheduled destination.”