Dallas air show crash

Horrific accident during airshow in America, 2 war planes collided with each other; flying tests

US War Plane Crash During the air show in Dallas, America, two war planes collided with each other and their tests flew away. After the crash, there was a fierce fire in both the war planes. According to the information, the air show was organized on the occasion of Ex-Servicemen Day.

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Leah Block, a spokeswoman for the Commemorative Air Force, which owns the crashed plane, said she believed there were five crew members on board the B-17 Flying Fortress bomber and one person on the P-63 King Cobra fighter jet. There is news of the death of 6 people in the accident.

When this accident happened during the air show, at that time people suddenly did not understand what had happened. When it crashed, fire brigade vehicles were immediately called to the spot. So that the fire in the plane can be controlled. The incident happened at 1.20 am local time.

Both the planes collided with each other. After which it fell on the ground. As soon as the news of the incident was received, there was panic among the people at the Dallas Executive Airport.

Montoya, 27, an eyewitness who had gone to see the air show, said, "I was there, I was in complete shock and disbelief. Everyone who was there was in shock, some of them crying." .

At the same time, Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson said that the video of the plane crash is very painful. The National Transportation Safety Board has taken control of it. Local police and fire department are helping them fully.

At the time when both these vintage planes were crashed, many viewers were making videos at that time. On seeing this, the live footage of this accident was recorded in the phones of many people.

Here, in view of the seriousness of the incident, the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) have started an investigation. The Dallas Mayor tweeted, 'As many of you have seen a tragic incident happened during the airshow in our city.

Help is being provided by the Dallas Police Department and Dallas Fire Rescue.