CHICAGO, ILLINOISOn Saturday, January 29, a China Airlines cargo Boeing 747-400F at Chicago O’Hare Airport crashed into baggage carts while taxiing. The incident did not result in any injuries. The aircraft, before landing in Chicago, Illinois, had operated cargo flights between Taipei, Taiwan, and Anchorage, Alaska.

The aircraft suffered damage on its left-hand-side engines, according to emergency services. No injuries were reported.

The extent of damage to multiple baggage carts and their contents, parts of which were seen to be sucked into the engine intake cowling, is unknown.

The video shows a light snowfall with temperatures below freezing in the Chicago area. The region had experienced light snow and ice Thursday night into Friday morning.