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However, a spokesman for the Israeli rescue service said: "This was not a crash.
"The plane's tyre burst and the ruckus appeared like a crash."
The chief of the Civil Aviation Authority Suleiman Obeidat said the plane was parked on the tarmac at King Hussein International Airport when it suddenly rolled onto the ground.
"There was nobody in the vicinity, therefore, luckily, there were no casualties," he said.
There was no explanation on what caused the plane to roll.