NEWS No Injuries Reported after nose-wheel collapse

Julian Vasquez

Emergency services have been called after a nose wheel-collapse at Baltimore Airport.

The Southwest Airlines flight was departing the gate when the front wheel collapsed.

Emergency crew were then called to help passengers off the disabled aircraft.

The Boeing 737 was operating WN149 from Baltimore to Atlanta but has since been delayed by 4 hours. The flight has since been delayed by four hours.

According to Southwest Airlines, the flight had 126 passengers and 5 crew and no injuries were reported.

Officials said the overall airport operations werent effected.