Texas: World War-II airplanes collide and crash in an airshow


Nov 13, 2022

An airshow not only surprised, but also shocked many in Texas, when two World Ward-II aircrafts collided and crashed within few minutes. Four Pilots feared dead in the incident and the airshow came to halt overnight.

According to Federal Aviation Administration Two World War-II airplanes collided and crashed, while performing a flyover at a Commemorative event in Texas on Saturday. At least six people were onboard in the planes at the time of crash and all of them feared dead.

“A Boeing B-17 flying fortress and a Bell P-63 Kingcobra were participating in the Air Force’s Wings over Dallas air show, when they collided mid-air near the Dallas Executive Airport,’’ Informed, Federal Aviation Administration.

Several planes were scheduled to perform a flyover, but came to halt after the accident. In the viral videos showed that WWII bomber collided and crashed in few minutes. Scores of people, who had gathered at the Commemorative Air Force event, captured the mid-air crash in their phones and viral it on social media.

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