Two Planes Damaged After Collision at O'Hare

Two United airplanes were left damaged after they collided on the tarmac at O'Hare International Airport.

According to the FAA, United flight 645 was pushing back from gate C30 when it clipped the wing of United flight 2746 which was parked at gate C28. Both planes sustained left wing damage from the crash. 

United Airlines released a statement, saying: "Prior to its departure for Portland, Oregon, United flight 645's wingtip came into contact with the wingtip of another aircraft parked at a nearby gate. There were no customers on board the parked aircraft at the time of the incident and no reported injuries on either aircraft. We are assisting our customers and expect to operate the flight to Portland with a different aircraft shortly."



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