Two World War II aircraft Crashed during the air show this Saturday in Texas and are Six people died.
The Air Transportation Regulatory Agency (FAA) said in a statement this Saturday Bombardier Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and A Bell B-63 King Cobra Hunt They collided in mid-air without giving details of casualties. This Sunday, six people were finally reported dead in the crash.
Dallas Executive Airport, located about 10 kilometers south of the city, called it an “incident” on Twitter. 1940s Military Aircraft Exhibit Commemorates Wings Over Dallas Air Force BaseOrganized as part of the long holiday weekend on November 11.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson said the National Transportation Safety Board, with support from local police and firefighters, controlled the crash scene. Johnson said the videos of the confrontation were “heartbreaking.”
The P-17A large four-engine bomber, it was a cornerstone of the U.S. Air Force during World War II and one of the most famous fighter planes in American history.
The Raja NagamAn American fighter aircraft used primarily by Soviet forces during the war.
Most of the B-17s were destroyed at the end of World War II, and only a few remain, mainly on display in museums and air shows.