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At least seven dead after World War II-Era plane crashes at US Airport

3 October 2019 09:54
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At least seven dead after World War II-Era plane crashes at US Airport

At least seven people have been pronounced dead after a World War II-era vintage bomber crashed at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut on Wednesday, Trend reports.

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The plane was carrying 13 people when it crashed. At least seven people were injured because of the crash. One person on the ground was injured as the plane skidded off the runway.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the plane crashed while trying to land at Bradley International at 10 a.m. The plane is a civilian registered aircraft.

«Then we heard all the rumbling and the thunder, and all the smoke comes up and we kind of figured it wasn’t good,» Brian Hamer, who lives less than a mile from the airport, told NBC News.

«In front of me, I see this big ball of orange fire, and I knew something happened,» another witness named Antonio Arreguin told NBC News. «The ball of fire was very big.»

Social media users posted videos of a large plume of smoke rising into the atmosphere at the crash site.

​The Bradley International Airport has been hosting a show of World War II-era planes this week, with vintage aircraft arriving at the airport for a special event meant to honor WWII vets. Five vintage planes, including a P-40 Warhawk, a B-25 Liberator, a B-25 bomber, a P-51 Mustang fighter and the above-mentioned B-17, had been participating in the event, Sputnik reported.


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