Feds to investigate Boston airport crash
BOSTON (AP) — Federal investigators are expected on the scene of an accident involving two jets at Boston's Logan International Airport.
Federal Aviation Administration investigators are scheduled to start their probe Friday.
Authorities say the wing of a large moving passenger jet clipped the tail of a smaller stationary aircraft on a taxiway Thursday. Both aircraft sustained damage and were taken out of service.
An airline spokesman says the incident involved Delta Flight 266 from Boston to Amsterdam which hit the vertical stabilizer of Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 4904, also on departure from Boston to Raleigh-Durham.
An airport spokesman said one person was treated at a hospital after complaining of neck pain.
Passengers described feeling a sharp jolt, followed by crying and screaming.