757MDE: you are right, this crash was famous because of the "runway incursions", this happend on the foggy morning of Sept. 8 at Italy’s Linate Airport near Milan, when many of the traditional elements of runway collisions were in play. A Cessna Citation II
business jet taxied onto an active runway, invisible in the fog, smack into the path of an SAS MD
-87 on takeoff. The MD
-87’s nosewheel probably had just lifted into the air. The planes collided and the MD
-87 veered into a nearby baggage-handling depot. the SAS jet bound for Copenhagen, All 110 passengers and crew on the MD
-87, and the two pilots and two passengers in the Citation, were killed. The accident involved more than the total loss of life in both aircraft, as four ground personnel were killed, bringing the total to 118 dead.
all these because Linate airport Ground surveillance radar was not available because a negligent behavior of the Linate ground personal.