At least six people have suffered injuries after a jet bridge partially collapsed at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, it has been confirmed.
As medical personnel were assisting the passenger outside the plane, according to the airline, the airbridge "experienced a failure".
The department says all six people injured in the collapse were released from the hospital early Sunday. BWI Fire and Rescue Dept responded, along w/ mutual aid. BWI Fire Chief Victor Ferreira said on Twitter that "personnel involved were taken to area hospitals to be evaluated for minor injuries as a precaution".
They are continuing inspections for the rest of the airport's jet bridges, at the direction of transportation secretary Pete K. Rahn.
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Airport officials announced Saturday evening that the jet bridge collapse is under investigation, and the bridge at Gate E-10 will remain closed until officials complete their investigation.
Passengers on board the flight involved with the jet bridge incident described the situation as "traumatic".
The jet bridge failure is "under investigation", according to another tweet from the airport.
No other operations at the airport were affected, BWI said.