Two passenger planes on Thursday collided at an airport in Indonesia, airline officials told AFP. The incident happened on the Medan runway when a Boeing airplane operated by Lion Air was taxying at Kualanamu airport and it clipped the wing of a Wings Airplane waiting to depart.
No one was injured in the incident and the cause of the collision is being investigated. Both the aircrafts belong to the Lion Group.
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“All passengers are in good condition, no one was injured. Both planes are now at the apron…” Andy Saladin, a spokesman for Lion Air told AFP.
On July 3, six people aboard a small airplane were killed in a crash in Midwest US state of Wisconsin on Saturday. The accident took place at 3:21 am local time near northern Wisconsin city of Phillips. The plane was found near State Highway 111 and US Highway 8 in the town of Harmony.
The plane had left from Chicago and was heading to Canada on a fishing trip.
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