Two World Wrestle II planes collided in mid-air at an air current in Dallas on Saturday, turning the Veterans Day celebration into a frightening event, officers talked about.
A Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and a Bell P-63 Kingcobra plane crashed spherical 1:20 p.m. In step with the Federal Aviation Administration, native time. The accident occurred all through the Wings Over Dallas Air Current at Dulles Authorities Airport, about 10 miles south of downtown Dallas.
Films posted on-line confirmed the short and nimble airplane colliding with an even bigger plane as frightened onlookers watched. Leigh Block, vice chairman of promoting for Memorial Air Energy, the group behind the air current, couldn’t confirm what number of people have been involved throughout the crash or casualties, nevertheless talked about the Kingcobra was a single-seater and the Flying Fortress may need been on board 4 or 5 people have been on board. Commemorative Air Energy restores and preserves World Wrestle II fighter planes