Aviation Photo #0038627 McDonnell Douglas DC-9-31 - Untitled (USAir)

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It crashed outside of Charlotte on July 2, 1994 as a result of windshear. The fuselage is from another aircraft, possibly N565PC (cn 47240/346), which crashed on takeoff at Cleveland, Ohio on Feb 17, 1991.
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    James Richard Covington
    Untitled (USAir)
    McDonnell Douglas DC-9-31
    McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (C-9 Nightingale/Skytrain II)
    McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (C-9 Nightingale/Skytrain II)
    McDonnell Douglas
    Maxton - Laurinburg / Maxton
    North Carolina
    June 26, 1999
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