PHOENIX/DENVER (CBS4/CBSDFW.COM)– Two jets – one from Southwest Airlines and one from Frontier Airlines –  clipped wings Thursday night at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix.

There are inconsistencies as to what actually happened because each airline is blaming the other for the incident.

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Frontier Flight 765, an Airbus 320, was set to take off from Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix en route to Denver International Airport when a Southwest Airlines plane, also bound for DIA, made contact with the plane, according to Frontier.

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No one was hurt.

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Read more about the story from CBS 4 in Denver.