BOSTON (CBS) – Crews used a crane to move a Southwest jet that became disabled on a taxiway at Logan Airport Wednesday morning.
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The airport said there was no impact to operations at this time. Logan has seen hundreds of delays and cancellations this week due to a snowstorm and the bitter cold that followed.
Southwest said no passengers were on board the out-of-service jet when the tug being used to position the aircraft hit a patch of ice and struck the plane at about 1 a.m. It remained on the tarmac overnight as maintenance crews assessed potential damage.READ MORE: Jayson Tatum Is On Quite The Hot Stretch
Other flyers at Logan snapped photos of the scene.
Southwest said there were no injuries as a result of the incident.MORE NEWS: David Mugar, Creator Of July 4th Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, Dies At 82