ARLINGTON, Va. — Two airplanes hit each on while taxiing on a runway at Reagan National Airport in Arlington.

Two American Airlines planes, one arriving from Miami and the other from Dallas, clipped wings after landing at the airport on Saturday.

The airport said no injuries were reported, and both planes were able to unload passengers.

The damage to the aircrafts did not keep the planes from taking off for subsequent flights.

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