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Passengers get the fright of their lives when pickup truck CRASHES into their Southwest Airlines plane after it lands at Baltimore-Washington airport

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  • Airline yet to officially respond but told Twitter user it regretted inconvenience
  • Boeing 737 left Fort Lauderdale late Sunday night before landing in Baltimore
  • Ambulance attended scene but there were no reported injuries to passengers

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A pickup truck crashed into a plane on the runway of Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport after it landed this morning.

The airline is yet to officially respond but told a Twitter[2] user it was ‘glad to hear everyone made it safely to BWI’, adding: ‘We truly regret any inconvenience tonight’.

The Boeing 737 left Fort Lauderdale late on Sunday night.

According to the airline’s flight tracker, it landed in Baltimore at 12:46 a.m., shortly before its scheduled arrival.

The Boeing 737 left Fort Lauderdale late Sunday night. According to the airline’s flight tracker, it landed in Baltimore at 12:46 a.m., shortly before its scheduled arrival.

Pictured: What appears to be the pickup in question near the plane’s front wheel

An ambulance attended the scene but there were no reported injuries.

The airline’s response on Twitter came after Michael Simon wrote: ‘So our southwest flight just got into an accident with a pickup truck.

‘Guess that makes me an airplane crash survivor.’

It was accompanied by a picture of a pickup truck near an airplane’s front wheel.

Passengers get the fright of their lives when pickup truck CRASHES into their Southwest Airlines plane after it lands at Baltimore-Washington airport

The airline is yet to officially respond but told a Twitter user it was ‘glad to hear everyone made it safely to BWI’, adding: ‘We truly regret any inconvenience tonight’

The cause of the crash is under investigation.

Neither the airline nor the airport has released any further details.

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References

  1. ^ e-mail (www.dailymail.co.uk)
  2. ^ Twitter (www.dailymail.co.uk)



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