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The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a minor accident involving two Southwest Airlines planes at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank Saturday. (Photos courtesy of Brian Wats and Dana G. Vaughns)

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a minor accident involving two Southwest Airlines planes at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank Saturday.

Flight 4721 was pushing back from the gate when it clipped wings with Flight 2183 on the tarmac near gates A-1 and A-2 at about 7:25 a.m.

There were 101 passengers heading to Sacramento, and 114 heading to Phoenix. None of the passengers onboard the Southwest Airlines flights were injured.

Passengers deplaned the Boeing 737 aircrafts and were loaded onto buses. They were subsequently rebooked onto other flights.

Both planes were taken out of service for repairs and inspection.

"Safety is our number one focus and we will conduct an internal review to identify the details surrounding today's event," a Southwest Airlines spokesman said in a statement.

The accident did not affect other operations at the airport.

City News Service contributed to this report.

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