(NEW YORK) -- A superjumbo jet collided with another plane while trying to take off from John F. Kennedy International Airport Monday night, leaving both planes grounded with damage.
According to ABC News affiliate WABC-TV in New York, the wing of an Air France Airbus A380 clipped the tail of Comair Flight 6293 just after 8 p.m. while it was taxiing for departure. The Comair plane had just landed in New York from Boston and was waiting on the tarmac to let the passengers off.
Both planes were damaged in the collision but none of the passengers were harmed.
The planes are currently being inspected.
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