2 planes in minor collision on runway at Heathrow Airport, no injuries

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October 16, 2007 00:45

 
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Two planes collided while taxiing on a runway at London's Heathrow Airport Monday night, London's fire brigade said. There were no injuries. "It was a minor collision in between two planes who just clipped each other," a fire brigade spokesman said, speaking anonymously in line with the brigade's policy. "There was no fire, no injuries, no damage." The fire brigade disputed an earlier Sky News television report stating that one of the plane's engines had fallen off, insisting there had been no damage. The British Broadcasting Corp. identified the two planes as a British Airways Boeing 747 and a Sri Lankan Airlines Airbus A340.

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