A pickup truck on the runway at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport struck a Southwest Airlines aircraft early on Monday morning.
All 172 passengers exited the aircraft by stairs, and no injuries were reported.
Southwest Airlines posted this response: "Glad to hear everyone made it safely to BWI. Guess this makes me an airplane crash survivor". "We will do our best to get you going asap".
Passengers were still on-board the aircraft when the incident took place.
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The Federal Aviation Administration said it was investigating the accident in Baltimore, after a Southwest Airlines jet and a truck collided as the Boeing 737 pulled into a gate at about midnight.
This incident came as Southwest faced scrutiny over a mid-air engine explosion last month that killed a passenger.
Jennifer Riordan, 43 of New Mexico, was partially sucked out of the broken window before passengers were able to pull her back in.
A Southwest Airlines plane struck a pickup truck at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Maryland.