Military plane crash in Dallas airshow caught on video; 6 feared dead as the 2 World War II-era planes reduced to particles
A Dallas airshow saw two World War II-era planes being reduced to particles as they collided midair on Saturday. The planes involved in the horrific crash caught on camera were a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and a Bell P-63 Kingcobra.
The entire incident has been caught on camera as the planes were part of the airshow. Officials have not confirmed casualties but according to reports at least six people were on board and they are all feared dead.
Americans tweeted, “Two military planes collided and crashed to the ground Saturday during a Dallas air show. It was unclear how many people were on board the aircraft or if anyone on the ground was hurt.
”David Sentendrey from Fox News tweeted, GRAPHIC VIDEO: A mid-air collision involving two planes near the Dallas Executive Airport, today. The accident took place during the Wings Over Dallas WWII Airshow at 1:25 p.m., according to Dallas Fire-Rescue. A @FOX4 viewer took this video. @FOX4 is working for more details.
Horror took over the airshow in as viewers stood stunned at what unfolded in front of their eyes. “I just stood there. I was in complete shock and disbelief,” said Montoya, 27, who attended the air show with a friend. “Everybody around was gasping. Everybody was bursting into tears. Everybody was in shock.”
Dallas mayor Eric Johnson said the videos of the crash are heartbreaking. The National Transportation Safety Board had taken control of the crash scene with local police and fire providing support, the mayor said.
David Sentendrey reported, “The WWII planes were not performing “dynamic maneuvers” when the crash happened, according to Commemorative Air Force. Volunteer pilots who are “trained and vetted” were flying. The planes are based out of Houston — and owned/operated by CAF.”
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