Passengers on board a Southwest Airlines flight from Florida said a pickup truck hit their plane early Monday morning on the tarmac at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.
Lauderdale, was pulling up to the gate when the collision occurred, per a statement released by Southwest.
The airline is yet to officially respond but told a Twitter user it was "glad to hear everyone made it safely to BWI", adding: "We truly regret any inconvenience tonight". "We will do our best to get you going asap".
None of the 172 passengers was hurt, and after a delay, they left the aircraft.
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A passenger who was present on the plane at the time told ABC7 that no one injured due to the accident. The airline characterized the landing as "uneventful". Riordan was nearly sucked out of the window, but was saved by her co-passengers.
The Baltimore incident is the third involving Southwest in three weeks after an engine explosion caused the death of a passenger in April, and a flight was diverted last week due to a cabin window crack.
A Southwest Airlines plane struck a pickup truck at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Maryland.