An American Airlines plane hit a pickup truck while it was being towed for parking, damaging the aircraft’s engine.
The Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement that an American Airlines Airbus A319 struck a parked and unoccupied pickup truck on Sept. 16 at around 9:45 p.m. at Boston Logan International Airport.
According to the statement, the plane’s #2 engine was damaged.
An American Airlines spokesperson said in a statement that no injuries were reported, adding the plane was taken out of service for inspection and repairs.
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The plane was being towed for overnight parking, the American Airlines spokesperson said.
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Fox Affiliate Boston 25 News reported that the pickup truck was damaged. The outlet also reported that Massachusetts State Police responded to the incident.
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The FAA is investigating the incident.