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Plane runs into engineering vehicle in Hong Kong, no casualty reported
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17:28, July 08, 2008

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A passenger plane collided with an engineering vehicle at the Hong Kong International Airport Tuesday morning and no one was hurt, Hong Kong Airport Authority said.

The accident took place at about 11:53 a.m. (0353 GMT) when an Air China's flight CA103 from Tianjin bumped into an engineering vehicle after it landed safely at the parking apron and headed toward the parking gate.

Eyewitness said the wing was damaged after the collision accident and the driver of the vehicle got away from the vehicle safely.

All the passengers on board left the plane safely and no one was hurt during the accident.

The Hong Kong Airport Authority once sealed off part of the parking apron areas to investigate the cause of the collision and the apron was soon reopened for operation.

The plane was hauled away by another engineering vehicle for further investigation.

Source: Xinhua



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