Planes collide on Diamond Point air strip

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Two airplanes collided on the Diamond Point air strip east  of Sequim about 4:15 this afternoon, causing fuel to leak on the runway.


One airplane was taking off when it collided with a plane that was landing, according to dispatchers.


Both planes sustained light damage but the three people involved were not injured, dispatchers said.


At least 20 gallons of fuel was leaking from one of the planes at 4:24 p.m., according to initial reports.

Emergency crews are responding to the scene.


No further information was immediately available.
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