Photo Album: "Crash!"

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“Emergency Situations”

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Van's RV-6A
Raglan (RAG / NZRA)
New Zealand, October 2, 2009
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ZK-TRV (cn 25910) Ground loop on landing at Raglan. Fortunately pilot and passenger escaped with minor scratches. In the process of righting the aircraft to allow airfield to re-open
Jonathan Rankin
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Photo ID: 1473313
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US Airways
Airbus A320-214
Off-Airport - Jersey City
USA - New Jersey, January 24, 2009
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N106US (cn 1044) A shot at the damaged front end of the US Airways A-320. Shortly after take-off it is believed the plane hit a flock of geese causing dual engine failure. The airplane was successfully ditched in the Hudson River and all 155 passengers and crew survived. In this picture, there is evidence of a bird strike on the windscreen along with damage sustained to the nosecone from the rescue boats and ferries.
Len Schwartz
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Photo ID: 1473375
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US Airways
Airbus A320-214
Off-Airport - Jersey City
USA - New Jersey, January 24, 2009
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N106US (cn 1044) This aircraft made a successful emergency landing in the Hudson River on January 15, 2009. You can see some of the damage to the wing and front half of the aircraft. Engine 2 has been removed as part of the investigation. Taken with a Canon 30D, 70-200 f/4L.
Mark Schwartz
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Photo ID: 1473772
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US Airways
Airbus A320-214
Off-Airport - Jersey City
USA - New Jersey, January 23, 2009
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N106US (cn 1044) US Airways flight 1549 ditched into Hudson River. Here apparant right wingtip and flap damage.
Parimal Patel
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Photo ID: 1475590
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US Airways
Airbus A320-214
Off-Airport - Jersey City
USA - New Jersey, January 24, 2009
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N106US (cn 1044) This aircraft made a successful emergency landing in the Hudson River on January 15, 2009. This is a close-up of the tail section which shows the extensive damage that the plane sustained. Taken with a Canon 30D, 70-200 f/4L
Mark Schwartz
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Photo ID: 1477218
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Cessna 551 Citation II/SP
Sorocaba (SOD / SDCO)
Brazil, February 4, 2009
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PT-LME (cn 551-0023) The Citation carried out a visual approach to the Sorocaba Airport. After landing the crew lost control of the aircraft. It overran the runway, went down a drop off and skidded into a street in the Vila Helena quarter. The airplane collided with four houses and three vehicles and ended up in a small field. The crash site elevation was 25 meters lower than the runway elevation. The aircraft was substantially damaged and the pilot was fatally injured.
Centurion 2
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Photo ID: 1508493
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UK - Air Force
Consolidated (Boeing Canada) PB2B-1 Catalina IVB
Off-Airport - Vatersay
UK - Scotland, March 22, 2009
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JX273 / F On the night of 12May1944 this Catalina of 302 FTU, 17 (Training) Group, Coastal Command, on a training flight from Oban with a full load of depth charges, crashed on high ground on the Hebridean island of Vatersay following a compass failure. 3 of the 9 crew were killed. Recovery crews dragged the wreckage down the hill and took much of it away but amazingly, some of it is still there. JX273 was a Mk1b built in 1943 by Boeing in Vancouver.
Michael Brazier-Aviation-Images
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Photo ID: 1512708
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Socata MS-893E Rallye 180GT Gaillard
Off-Airport - Bled
Slovenia, April 14, 2009
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S5-DGB (cn 12129) Tragically crashed in a field near the airport of Lesce (LJBL), killing the pilot and his co-pilot.
Anto Blazevic
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Photo ID: 1513999
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Spantax
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30CF
Malaga (AGP / LEMG)
Spain, September 13, 1982
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EC-DEG (cn 46962/238) Rest of the airplane after the crash... It's very impressive how big the wing and tail are. I always get shocked with the size of the tail engine... I could never imagine how bad and scared that people you can see in the pic would feel being there.
Ivan Morales
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Photo ID: 1517358
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JAT - Yugoslav Airlines
Boeing 707-340C
Stockholm - Arlanda (ARN / ESSA)
Sweden, July 1980
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YU-AGG (cn 19285/524) Immediately in one of my first Spotting day's I experienced after a Thunderstorm and strong rains like these JAT B707 after the Runway slided around shortly before an embankment to the standing position to come.Unfortunately, a Registration is not known to me.To excuse the Quality please there this picture from a 'Poketcamera' originated.Therefore, these pictures serve only the history.One does not so often ''Once in a lifetime! Greetings Marc..
Marc Hasenbein
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Photo ID: 1522181
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Kalitta Air
Boeing 747-209F/SCD
Brussels - National (Zaventem) / Melsbroek (BRU / EBBR / EBMB)
Belgium, May 26, 2008
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N704CK (cn 22299/462) Dramatic view of the massive damage! The bright light is coming from the firebrigade's 'warzone' behind the aircraft.
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