Hard to register when you have no control:
An Airbus A319-114 passenger plane, registered N368NB, sustained substantial damage in an accident at Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport, MN (MSP), United States of America. All 38 passengers and five crew members survived. The airplane operated on a flight from Minneapolis-St. Paul...
PROBABLE CAUSE: "The Captain of the other aircraft's decision to shutdown the left engine during taxi with no hydraulic pressure on the right side hydraulic system to effectively operate the brakes, steering, or thrust reversers. A factor was the fatigue fracture of the rudder shutoff valve which resulted in the loss of right side hydraulic pressure of the other aircraft."
Edit to add: I had forgotten about the Air France A380 hitting that RJ...bet that was an interesting ride for those guys.