Dallas, Texas - A fuel truck collided with two American Eagle CRJ900 jets on Nov. 25 at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.
The truck hit two parked Bombardier CRJ-900s registered N945LR and N915FJ.
No passengers or crew members were seriously injured. Paramedics evacuated a flight attendant aboard one of the planes.
The incident happened at 8:42 a.m. as both aircraft prepared for departure from Terminal B.
American had to cancel flights to Shreveport and Lubbock that were to be served by the two damaged CRJ900 jets. Passengers were rebooked on other flights today (Nov. 26) for both destinations.
The planes are operated by MESA Airlines on behalf of American Airlines' regional subsidiary American Eagle.
The cause of the accident remains unknown. American Airlines, the vendor and airport officials said they were investigating the incident.