The incident took place at 8pm Wednesday, local time at the London hub which handles more than 80 million international passengers annually, The Sun reports.

It’s believed that a Korean 777 clipped a Icelandair 767 while taxiing.

The Korean Air flight Flight #KE908 was scheduled to leave London at 19:35.

One passenger wrote on Twitter: “Pretty sure we scrapped another plane with our wing tip while taxiing.

“We have been told that we are going back to the gate due to a technical issue.

“But that was 15 mins ago and we haven’t moved.”

Another passenger added: “We hit another plane while taxiing. I saw it out the window. Wingtip scrapped the tail of another plane.”

While a third said: “Surrounded by about ten police cars and a couple of fire engines.

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Emergency services have rushed onto the tarmac at Heathrow Airport after two planes hit into each other.

The incident took place at 8pm Wednesday, local time at the London hub which handles more than 80 million international passengers annually, The Sun reports.

It’s believed that a Korean 777 clipped a Icelandair 767 while taxiing.

A former journalist posted footage of the emergency response to Twitter, initially counting “4 or 5” vehicles and then updating that number to “6 or 7”.

Heathrow has since confirmed that the collision took place, but said it wasn’t “full on”, according to The Mirror.

This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission

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