Possible Fuel Spill At Space Coast Regional Airport After Two Aircraft Flip Over Due To High Wind
By Space Coast Daily // June 4, 2018
call received around 4 p.m.
BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Titusville Fire Department has responded to a call Monday afternoon about two aircraft that have flipped over, due to high winds, at Space Coast Regional Airport.
Officials with the fire department are looking into a possible fuel spill from aircrafts.
Rescue crews received the call around 4 p.m.
Brevard County Fire Rescue, along with Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) is also on the scene.
Titusville Fire Department is also checking on a possible third aircraft that overturned. ARFF unit on scene. Assisting in checking for hazards/spills.
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STORM FLIES PLANES: An afternoon storm tears three airplanes off tie-downs, tosses like toys at Space Coast Regional Airport in Titusville. One plane flipped over on top of another plane #Fox35 pic.twitter.com/DdPv42K0zP
— Derrol Nail (@Fox35DerrolNail) June 4, 2018
RIGHT NOW — Sky 13 over a plane damaged by storms:
➡ Storms flip over at least 3 planes in Titusville
➡ Damaged planes at Space Coast Regional Airport
➡ Also reports of power lines down, traffic signals out in north Brevard
➡ LATEST: https://t.co/s0pynrjjG7 pic.twitter.com/P6YFefWI1Y
— Weather Experts (@MyNews13Weather) June 4, 2018
— Greg Pallone (@gpallone13) June 4, 2018
**Possible aircraft fuel spill** Titusville Fire requested for 2 aircraft flipped over with no reported injuries at Space coast regional airport. Was a parked aircraft flipped due to weather. @BCFRpio assisting
— Titusville Fire Dept (@TitusvilleFire) June 4, 2018
ABOVE MAP: Titusville Fire Department has responded to a call Monday afternoon about two aircraft that have flipped over, due to high winds, at Space Coast Regional Airport.
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