BURBANK (CBSLA.com) — Officials say two planes clipped wings at Burbank’s Bob Hope Airport Saturday morning.

The Southwest Airlines’ 737 planes tapped wings near gates A1 and A2 shortly before 8 a.m., according to Burbank Airport spokesperson Lucy Burghdorf.

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220 Passengers were deplaned after the incident and no injuries were reported.

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“We were just on our plane and we were backing up, and we feel this bump,” passenger Joni Vaughn said. “I was like ‘that’s not normal’.”

While a flight to Phoenix was backing up, it clipped the wing of a plane that was heading to Sacramento.

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Some passengers were held at Burbank for later flights, while some were shuttled to LAX to reach their destinations.