Overturned Fuel Truck At DFW Airport

A fuel truck overturned at Dallas Fort-Worth airport this morning near gate D15 around 10:15 a.m. local time. One person was hospitalized and a cleanup operation did delay flights. (HT: @sampetersen).

A passenger taxiing on a nearby American Airlines flight snapped this photo of emergency vehicles responding to the accident and fuel spill.

Photo Credit: Dan R.

And the local CBS News affiliate has tarmac video of the response as well.

It hasn’t been a good quarter for truck drivers on the ramp at American Airlines hub airports.

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  1. It’s seem that if this the same vender that hit the two Mesa planes in November, then I think something some one is going to be under investigation soon.

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