Aircraft Make: BOMBARDIER
Event Type: Accident
Flight Phase: STANDING (STD)
Aircraft Operator: GJS-GoJet Airlines
Flight Number: GJS3693
FAA Flight Standards District Office: FAA Chicago PART 121 OPS ONLY - FSDO-31
GJS3693 GOJET AIRLINES FLIGHT, REGISTRATION NOT REPORTED, BOMBARDIER CJR700 AIRCRAFT, WHILE PARKED IN THE NON-MOVEMENT AREA, WAS STRUCK BY A VEHICLE, INJURIES UNKNOWN, DAMAGE REPORTED AS SUBSTANTIAL, CHICAGO, IL
AFS INVESTMENTS 67 LLC: http://registry.faa.gov/N164GJ
CHICAGO (WLS) -- One person was hurt after a plane and truck crashed at O'Hare International Airport.
There were two crashes at O'Hare in the last two days. Two people were hurt in the most recent collision.
Around 11 p.m. Sunday, a fuel truck smashed into a Go Jet Airlines flight. The scene was chaotic.
An airline spokesperson said Flight 3693 operating as United Express was standing still just before takeoff when a fuel truck crashed into the plane's wing.
Chicago police said the truck driver was taken to Presence Resurrection Medical Center in good condition. A flight attendant was "slightly hurt" and also taken to Resurrection, police said.
The flight was headed to Omaha, Nebraska. There were 65 passengers and 4 crew members on board. No one on the plane was injured.
National Transportation Safety Board investigators are looking into what caused the crash.
On Saturday, an airport truck slammed into a plane that had just landed from Canada. No one was hurt in that collision.
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The fuel truck clipped a wing of the stationary GoJet Airlines plane around 11:15 p.m., according to officials.
The male driver of the fuel truck was taken to Presence Resurrection Medical Center, where his condition stabilized, according to police and Chief Juan Hernandez, a spokesman for the Chicago Fire Department.
Police said a female flight attendant also received minor injuries and was taken to an area hospital. But fire department officials couldn’t confirm that information.
The GoJet flight No. 3693, which was headed to Omaha, Nebraska, was stationary when it was struck prior to takeoff, according to a statement from Trans States Holdings Inc., which owns GoJet Airlines.
The plane had 65 passengers and four crew members on board. According to a statement from Trans States, no one on board was injured in the incident.
Passengers were going to be accommodated on an alternate flight Monday, the statement said.
No other details about the crash were immediately available.
A driver was injured late Sunday when a vehicle crashed into a plane at O’Hare International Airport.
Crews responded to the crash at O’Hare about 11 p.m., according to Chicago Fire Department Chief Juan Hernandez.
The driver of the vehicle was taken in good condition to Presence Resurrection Medical Center, Hernandez said. No one else was hurt.
Hernandez could not say which part of the plane was hit or provide additional details on the circumstances of the crash.