Plane full of passengers hit by van at Logan Airport

by: Stephanie Coueignoux Updated:

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BOSTON - A plane full of passengers was hit by a van at Logan Airport Friday morning. The crash happened just after 6 a.m. at JetBlue Gate 11.
The fueling van rolled underneath plane and struck the wing. The truck was stopped before striking another plane. A passenger on board Flight 891 to Tampa said the pilot was calm under pressure as she described the damage.

"It was a big jolt," the passenger wrote to FOX25. "Pilots reacted quickly." 

 
Passengers unboarded the plane following the crash and were loaded onto a new plane. Fortunately, no one was injured.

A source tells FOX25 that the driver of the van was a Swissport employee. According to our source, the driver said he put the van in park and went to help other ramp employees when it rolled underneath the plane.

According to MassPort, the struck plane was taken out of service. The cause of the crash is under investigation.

This is a developing story, stick with MyFoxBoston.com for the latest updates.