A fuel truck clipped an aircraft early Thursday at Philadelphia International Airport, officials said.
The fuel truck hit wing of a parked plane as it made a turn at Terminal F about 5:15 a.m., airport spokeswoman Victoria Lupica said.
No passengers were on the US Airways aircraft, which suffered minor damage, and no fuel was spilled, Lupica said.
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No injuries were reported.
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