On 25 November, two parked American Eagle Bombardier CRJ-900ER’s (N915FJ and N945LR) – operated by Mesa Airlines – got damaged at Dallas Fort Worth, United States after a fuel truck hit both aircraft.
No one got seriously injured during the mishap, one flight attendant was evaluated by paramedics. On a video that appeared on social media, the right hand wing of N915FJ is damaged, while the left hand wing of N945LR penetrated the windshield of the fuel truck.
American Airlines was forced to cancel a number of domestic flights after the accident: AA5740 to Shreveport, AA5988 to Louisville and AA5780 to Lubbock.
WATCH: Fuel truck at @DFWAirport crashes into two parked American Eagle jets preparing for departure from Terminal B today. Paramedics evaluated one flight attendant. No one seriously injured. Wing of second CRJ-900 penetrated windshield of fuel truck. pic.twitter.com/8rbZguUt1j
— Jason Whitely (@JasonWhitely) November 25, 2019