Southwest Airlines has another accident. After landing, it collided with ground vehicles.

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 Southwest Airlines has another accident. After landing, it collided with ground vehicles.


According to the Cbs Broadcasting Inc (CBS), an American Southwest Airlines plane collided with a ground pickup at the Washington International Airport in Baltimore. A passengers scene map released on twitter shows that a pickup truck is located near the landing gear of the plane. In a statement issued by Southwest Airlines, flight 6263 was at the time of landing and was ready to stop at a designated position when a ground vehicle approached and crashed into the plane. No casualties were reported, and 172 passengers on board got off the plane successfully. Reports say passengers said they were led down to a lounge and the airline apologized for them, and about half an hour later they were allowed to pick up their luggage. It was reported that the Boeing 737 plane took off from lauddale City, Florida, USA on the 6 night local time, and landed at 12:46 in Baltimore, Maryland, earlier than expected. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the cause of the accident. Recently, Southwest Airlines has been a frequent accident. According to the overseas network, the 577 flight of Southwest Airlines from Nashville to Feinikesi was hit by a bird shortly after takeoff in the morning of April 18th, and then landed at Nashville International Airport in the United States and did not cause casualties. In April 17th, American Southwest Airlines flew from New York to Dallas on flight 1380, when the engine exploded suddenly during the flight, and the airliner landed urgently at the Philadelphia International Airport. After the engine exploded, a piece of shrapnel broke the window, and a female passenger sitting at the side of the window was sucked out of the window. Fortunately, the other passengers pulled her back, the woman died, and 7 other people were injured. Robert, chairman of the US National Transportation Safety Board (RobertSumwalt), said it was the first passenger death accident in US aviation accidents since 2009. Source: overseas network editor: Su Hong _NBJ9980 Recently, Southwest Airlines has been a frequent accident. According to the overseas network, the 577 flight of Southwest Airlines from Nashville to Feinikesi was hit by a bird shortly after takeoff in the morning of April 18th, and then landed at Nashville International Airport in the United States and did not cause casualties. In April 17th, American Southwest Airlines flew from New York to Dallas on flight 1380, when the engine exploded suddenly during the flight, and the airliner landed urgently at the Philadelphia International Airport. After the engine exploded, a piece of shrapnel broke the window, and a female passenger sitting at the side of the window was sucked out of the window. Fortunately, the other passengers pulled her back, the woman died, and 7 other people were injured. Robert, chairman of the US National Transportation Safety Board (RobertSumwalt), said it was the first passenger death accident in US aviation accidents since 2009.