Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) police have made a report available to the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) regarding a collision between an Aeromexico Boeing 737 and a provisioning truck. The collision occurred May 20. According to LAX, the 737 had landed after a flight from Mexico City and was taxiing when it hit the provisioning truck, which tipped over. “All eight passengers on the truck reported injuries and were transported to nearby medical facilities for ...

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