From the Mpls Start Tribune.
Engine shutdown led to 2005 collision
A Northwest Airlines pilot's decision to shut down the left engine on a DC-9 was a "probable cause" for that jet's ground collision with an Airbus A319 in May 2005 at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, according to a federal investigative report.
"The DC-9 and the A319 collided near a gate, and fuel poured into the DC-9 cockpit. The captain sustained serious injuries, and seven airline employees and passengers were treated for minor injuries. There were 94 passengers on the DC-9 and 39 passengers on the Airbus."
My God, that must have been frightening...fuel pouring into the cockpit.