Hobby Airport reopens after aircraft departed without permission causing collision with another aircraft

William P. Hobby Airport in Houston has reopened after being closed for several hours on Tuesday. 

Authorities said the incident occurred around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon when two private jets clipped their wings. 

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According to officials with the Federal Aviation Administration, a twin engine Hawker H25B departed without permission from runway 22 when it collided with a twin-engine Cessna C510 that was landing on Runway 13 Right. Then the Cessna C510 taxied to the ramp area. 

No injuries have been reported on either aircraft. 

Officials said the number of people on board the two aircraft has not been determined. 

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The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will be investigating the incident.