All of us shocked when we saw it. This is insane. A plane colliding with an suv, driving on a tarmac at a texas airport. Now, just-released 911 call revealed what really happened in those harrowing... See More
All of us shocked when we saw it. This is insane. A plane colliding with an suv, driving on a tarmac at a texas airport. Now, just-released 911 call revealed what really happened in those harrowing few seconds. Abc's rob nelson has the story. Reporter: It was a routine landing that ended in a collision that no one saw coming. Watch again as william davis tries to lapd his single-engine plane but clips this black suv. All of it taped by his wife. Whatever that was that fell. That was the landing gary. You got hit by an airplane. Reporter: You see here as the plane's fixed wheel hits the top of the car, nearly ripping off the roof. We couldn't see anything at all. And all of a sudden, equipment was falling into the car. Reporter: Airport manager glen hyde raced over to the plane moments after the crash. Anybody hurt? Yeah, he's hurt. I've got first aid. Reporter: What witnesses say the video doesn't show, are these stop signs painted there on the roadway. Why did you pull out in front of an airplane? We didn't pull out. Reporter: The signs are supposed to alert drivers to stop. But the driver of the suv missed them. I was shocked from the video that I saw. It looks like they just kept going. The video speaks for itself. They didn't stop at the stop painted on the road. Reporter: This morning faa officials say they will examine if the private road is adequately marked and if the stop scenes are clear enough to understand, in an attempt to avoid another close call like this one. For "good morning america," rob nelson, abc news, new york. Horrifying. But again, nobody was hurt.
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