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Six Injured After Passenger Jet Collides With Truck At LAX

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An Aeroméxico passenger jet collided with an airport utility truck on Saturday afternoon at LAX, injuring six people who were inside the truck, according to KCBS.

Though details right now are sparse, we know that the collision occurred at about 2:30 p.m. on on a taxiway adjacent one of the airport's runways shortly after the aircraft landed. The collision was strong enough to overturn the utility truck.

One of the six injured is reportedly in critical condition, according to City News Service. There have been no reports of injuries among the passengers and crew aboard the aircraft

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