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Airport truck hits jetliner at JFK

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A stair truck struck an El-Al jetliner on the apron at Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport, a Port Authority spokesperson said.

The collision caused some minor damage to the plane, the spokesperson said. It is not clear if the plane was parked at the gate when the accident happened.

No one was hurt.

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