Dallas Airport collision 2 planes: 2 planes destroyed after colliding in the air during an air show in Texas, USA, watch video of the incident

Dallas Airport collision 2 planes: 2 planes destroyed after colliding in the air during an air show in Texas, USA, watch video of the incident

 

Texas: Dallas Airport collision 2 planes – During the air show in America on Saturday, an incident of a Boeing B-17 bomber aircraft colliding with another aircraft in the middle of the air has come to light. After the collision, both the planes came down on the ground in a ball of fire.Dallas Airport collision 2 planes

Quoting the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in media reports, it is being told that the exact condition of the pilots aboard both the crashed planes is yet to be known. (Dallas Airport collision 2 planes)

The incident was captured on their cameras by some of the air show attendees. It is seen in this shocking video that at the time of this accident, both the planes were not flying very high above the ground. (Dallas Airport collision 2 planes)

One of the B-17 bombers is flying in a straight line, while the other, a smaller BEL P-63 King Cobra, suddenly swerves from the left into the middle of the B-17 bomber, and both collide and break into pieces. They break into balls of fire and fall on the earth.

At the same time, according to a report by the Associated Press, “The planes collided during the Commemorative Air Force Wings Over Airshow in Dallas, Texas. The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board are now investigating the matter.” (Dallas Airport collision 2 planes)

However, in relation to this incident, Dallas Mayor ‘Eric Johnson’ said in a tweet that “there are still many things that have not been confirmed about the incident. The National Transportation Safety Board has discussed this with the Dallas Police.” The investigation into the accident is being handled.”
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