NASHVILLE, TN (CBS/WTVF) -- Two planes have collided at Nashville International Airport.
The crash happened on the ground just before 3 p.m. at BNA Airport. Officials said the planes were a Gulf Stream plane and a King Air plane. No injuries were reported
The Gulf Stream Aircraft was corporate jet registered to Wilmington Trust Company, a bank and loan company based out of North Carolina. The King Air plane appeared to be a private jet, it was unknown who the plane was registered to.
This is the second such incident of planes colliding at an International Airport in less than a week. On Friday, a Lufthansa Airbus A330 and a United Express Bombardier Q40 clipped wings while taxing on a runway. No injuries were reported in the crash, but there was some damage to the planes' exteriors.