Two planes collide at Sea-Tac Airport; no injuries

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SEATTLE (AP) — No one was injured after two slow-moving planes collided at Seattle Tacoma International Airport.

The Seattle Times reports one Southwest Airlines jets rolled into another jet as they were taxiing to gates to pick up passengers and crew Monday at about 6:30 a.m.

The crash happened in an area where planes are parked overnight.

Airport spokesman Perry Cooper says taking two planes out of rotation while an investigation and repairs take place could mean delays for passengers on other flights.

Southwest officials did not say when the planes are expected to be back in service.

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