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Two passenger planes collide at Heathrow: Korean jet ‘clips’ Icelandic 767 while taxiing


Two passenger planes collide at Heathrow: Korean jet ‘clips’ Icelandic 767 while taxiing at the London airport sparking large emergency response

Emergency services rushed onto the tarmac at Heathrow Airport after two planes reportedly crashed into each other while taxiing this evening.

The incident took place around 8pm tonight, between two commercial passenger planes.

The Daily Star reported that a Korean Air plane ‘scraped into’ an Icelandair jet, but clarified that it wasn’t a ‘full on’ collision.

Two planes have clipped each other at Heathrow this evening (stock image of planes at Heathrow)

Two planes have clipped each other at Heathrow this evening (stock image of planes at Heathrow)

This is a breaking story, more updates to follow… 



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