Video of the crash at the Dallas Air Show
The Dallas County Medical Examiner’s office reported that six individuals were killed when two military aircraft from World War II collided in midair & crashed at Dallas Executive Airport in an airshow Saturday afternoon, killing everyone on board. Six people were killed when two vintage military planes collided during a Texas air display.
Air Show in Dallas
In a phone interview with CNN, a representative for the Dallas County Medical Examiner’s office stated, “We can confirm that there are six (fatalities)”.
After two antique aircraft, a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and a Bell P-63 Kingcobra, crashed during the Wings Over Dallas air display, more than 40 fire rescue units rushed to the area.
Video of the Dallas Airshow Crash
The planes are shown breaking apart in midair following the collision, then crashing to the ground within secs, before exploding into flames, in video footage of the catastrophe, which the mayor of Dallas characterised as “heartbreaking.” The National Transportation Safety Board’s investigators are scheduled to arrive at the scene on Sunday, so here are the most recent developments.
Viral Dallas Air Show video
Two retired pilots who were previous union members were among those killed in the incident, according to the labour organisation for American Airlines pilots, the Allied Pilots Association.
According to the APA’s social media posts, former members Terry Barker and Len Root were part of the B-17 Flying Fortress’ crew during the airshow. See complete video 👇👇