US officials have launched an investigation after two planes full of passengers almost collided at a New York airport last week.
The close call happened on Friday at John F Kennedy International Airport, between a Boeing 777 headed to the UK and a Boeing 737 headed to the Dominican Republic.
One plane was about to take off while the other was crossing the same runway.
The collision was averted when an air controller noticed the two.
The FAA said the planes were around 1,000ft (300m) away from each other when the Delta aircraft stopped. It has since launched an investigation into the near collision.