Terrifying & Heartbreaking B-17 Mid-Air Crash At Airshow

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November 13, 2022
Boeing B-17

There has been a terrifying and heartbreaking mid-air crash between a Boeing B-17 and a Bell P-63 Kingcobra fighter at an airshow in Texas.

The Boeing B-17 crash occurred at the wings over Dallas Air Show.

Pilot of the P-63 Kingcobra was apparently banking and the B-17 was in his blind spot.

There are no details about the casualties.

The WW11 aircraft are: B-17 (N7227C) and a P-51/P-63 (N5428V)

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