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2 Planes Collide On Ground at London's Heathrow Airport


Two aircraft collided on the ground at London's Heathrow Airport on Monday evening. No one was injured.

The aircraft, which collided while taxiing, included a British Airways Boeing 747 bound for Singapore, and a London Fire Brigade spokeswoman said the other airline involved in the collision was a Sri Lankan airlines Airbus A340.

"What we know is that the plane clipped the wings of another aircraft while lining up for take off," a Sri Lankan spokesman said. "We understand it is a minor incident, but are awaiting a full report from London."

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Source: Inquirer
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