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Airplane accident occurs before take off

November 1, 2010, 07:39 am

Whether traveling by car or aircraft, certain dangers are always present. Given the high speeds common to such modes of transportation, it's a good idea for those who are frequently traveling to invest in life insurance. Such coverage can provide financial security.

Three employees are on leave after two Alaska Airlines jets collided on the tarmac, reports Washington state's King5 news station. The accident took place at Seattle-Tacoma airport while one worker was driving a tug and the other two were walking next to the wings.

According to the station, one of the airplanes had 139 passengers who were let off the plane after the accident. The other aircraft was vacant at the time.

While no one was reportedly injured in this accident, there could have been a different outcome.

"At first, I didn't know what had happened. It just felt like we had stopped for some reason. And I travel quite a bit, so I figured, great, another delay," airplane passenger Brian Zec told the station."

No one can ever completely eliminate the risk of getting into a vehicle accident unless they simply don't travel. The potential risk is particularly true when one is a passenger and unable to take control of the wheel.
 

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