CHICAGO (WLS) -- A plane and truck collided at O'Hare International Airport late Sunday night.
There were two crashes involving airplanes and trucks at O'Hare in the last two days. Two people were hurt in the most recent collision.
Around 11 p.m. Sunday, a fuel truck smashed into a Go Jet Airlines flight.
An airline spokesperson said GoJet Flight 3693, operating as United Express, was standing still just before takeoff when a fuel truck crashed into the plane's wing.
Chicago police said the truck driver was taken to Presence Resurrection Medical Center in good condition. A flight attendant was "slightly hurt" and also taken to Resurrection, police said.
The flight was headed to Omaha, Nebraska. There were 65 passengers and 4 crew members on board. No one on the plane was injured.
National Transportation Safety Board investigators are looking into what caused the crash.
On Saturday, a plane that had just landed from Canada slammed into an airport truck. No one was hurt in that collision.