Planes Collide At Boston Airport

By Corinne Rose

July 15, 2011 Updated Jul 15, 2011 at 11:57 AM EST

BOSTON (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- Airline troubles out east.

An investigation is underway into the collision of two Delta Airlines jets at Boston's Logan International Airport.

The wing of a Delta 767 clipped the tail of a regional carrier's plane while the two were on a taxiway preparing for takeoff last night.

The smaller plane's tail was damaged. Nobody was seriously hurt.

Passengers were moved to new flights, and the two aircraft were grounded for inspections.




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