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American Airlines regional plane collides with shuttle bus, injures two


Two people were injured when a shuttle bus and an American Airlines regional aircraft crashed at Chicago O’Hare Airport on Friday evening, authorities said.

Chicago O’Hare International Airport confirmed to Fox News Digital that shortly before 7 p.m. on Friday evening, a regional American Airlines flight 6209 was taxiing and somehow collided with a shuttle bus.

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The American Airlines plane collided with a bus, injuring two bus passengers on Friday night at OHare International Airport. (@giannicarrola)

The regional jet was carrying 50 people on board at the time of the collision. 

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According to officials, all passengers on the plane were unharmed. However, two individuals on the bus sustained minor injuries. They were taken to Resurrection Hospital in good condition.

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The Federal Aviation Administration and American Airlines did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

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