Not sure whether the verb "clipped" is adequate enough to describe how an airplane's wing "became lodged" in the wing of another airplane, as this story on a taxiway accident at Washington Reagan says. At least they were on the ground in what is described here as "taxi mode."
I've had some experience with the other "mode," mid-air collision mode, so I have an idea of just how serious it can be when airplanes come into contact with one another. They aren't made to do that.
I haven't been keeping track, but it seems to me that runway incursions and airplane fender-benders on the ground are increasing.
Time to start paying closer attention.