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de Havilland Beaver Plane Crash at Lake Hood (HD)
This is a video of the deHavilland beaver plane crash at Lake Hood in Anchorage AK, on June 7, 2009. My father and I were videotaping planes at Lake Hood taking off and landing when the wind kicked up and sent the Beaver taking off right at us.
The wing was less than 5 feet over our heads, and the radial engine was less than 8 feet to my left. No exaggeration!! The Slow motion at the end gives a little better look at how close it was. Everyone onboard was in pristine condition, 2 adults, 2 children and 2 dogs
For those wondering what camcorder I use it is a Canon VIXIA HF20
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The Oops List: Police Crashes
heres o oops list to show respect and disrespect for cops. while we all hate these guys u do need to think of life withougt them. so thank you cops.
Beechcraft C-45F Expeditor Flight over NAS Oceana - Beech 18
Flying aboard Hal Ewing's beautiful C-45F Expeditor "CC-696" at the 2012 NAS Oceana Air Show. Based on the Beechcraft Model 18, the C-45 first flew in 1937 and flew with each military branch during WW2. Over 9,000 were built in over 32 variants. The C-45 served as a navigation and bomber/gunner trainer and post-war, as a corporate transport, among other things.
Special thanks to Hal Ewing and Captain William Doty and to NAS Oceana Public Affairs Officer Kelley Stirling for making this flight possible.
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Plane Crashes and Close Calls
READ THE DESCRIPTION FOR FULL INFO ON THE VID!!!!!A video of some disastorous crashes and some nearly but not as much. There are plenty of videos here so enjoy watching it (Im not being nasty or anything). This is a tribute, not to laugh at although some are quite funny!. But please show respect as in some of the videos there were many fatalities. Comment, Rate & Subscribe me!. Note - Some clips do not have sound but some do!. Info;
1ST Vid; This Boeing 707 freighter belonging to First International Airways crashed on January 16th 1997 in Kananga Airport, Congo. The plane landed hard and the left main gear collapsed. The aircraft ran off the side of the runway and caught fire. The 5 crew-members escaped without major injury.
2ND Vid; Concorde crash - On July 25th, 2000, the Concorde F-BTSC operated by Air-France is ready to take off from Paris Charles de Gaulle for the passenger flight to New York. During the take-off run, a fire erupted under the left wing. A few seconds after lift-off, both left engines lost thrust, and the plane crashed on a hotel. All the 109 people onboard are killed, as well as 4 people on ground.
3RD Vid; This DC-8 approaches the runway under heavy winds. The plane is about to land when a wind shear causes the plane to dive dangerously.
4TH Vid; Spectacular video of a DHC-8 belonging to SAS Commuter. The aircraft suffered a landing gear collapse right after touchdown. The right wing and nr.2 propeller struck the runway surface, igniting a fire. The plane swerved to the right and turned before coming to rest in the grass next to the runway. No one was hurt.
The scene occurred on September 9th 2007 at Aalborg Airport (Denmark).
5TH Vid; July 10th, 2006 - This TU-134 was taking off from Gvardeyskoye (Ukraine) Air Base when nr.1 engine failed and caught fire, possibly as a result of a bird strike. Takeoff was aborted but the Tupolev overran the runway and burst into flames. All the 20 occupants survived, but 3 were injured.
6TH Vid; An All Nippon Airways (ANA) plane carrying 56 passengers and four crew landed safely at Kochi Airport in southern Japan on March 13th 2007 after its nose gear failed to descend. The Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 landed on its rear wheels and progressed down the runway before the nose touched down and some sparks flew. No one was injured.
7TH Vid; A Jet plane crashes at a air show in the USA, the two pilots parachuted out to safety. It is unknown what happened to the jet which made it spin out of control.
8TH Vid; A shocking video, a man is sucked into the engine of a jet, the groundsman is unaware that the engines are switched on and he gets sucked in to the engine, which miracurously does njot kill him!. But the engines on the aircraft blew up, and the aircraft was written off.
9TH Vid; On September 21, 2005, Jet Blue Airlines flight 292, an Airbus A-320, landed at Los Angeles International Airport, California, with the nose wheels cocked 90 degrees. The 8 crewmembers and 140 passengers were not injured during this spectacular landing.
Before landing, the crew flew for several hours to burn fuel so that they could land at a lighter weight. The cabin crew emptied the first three rows of seats, and moved the baggage as far aft as possible. The plane touched down at 120 knots and held the nose gear off of the ground as long as possible. When the nose gear did touch down, there were sparks and flames from it, but no fire started.
10TH Vid; The Hong Kong's old Kai-Tak Airport approach is not the easiest one, especially with a strong cross wind. As the procedure requests, this Boeing 747 performs a crab approach: the rudder is used to maintain the aircraft heading, and the aircraft is kicked straight with the rudder just before touchdown.
11TH Vid; On June 7th 2006, a Tradewinds International Airlines' Boeing 747-200F operating a cargo flight was filmed while it overran the runway. The aircraft was taking off from Rionegro/Medellín-José María Córdova Airport (Colombia) when it sustained an engine failure. The 747 aborted take-off but it overran the wet runway and came to rest 150 meters past the runway end. None of the 5 crewmembers were seriously injured.
12TH And Final Vid; Edwards Air Force Base in California, 1982 - This McDonnell Douglas MD-80 was performing a test flight. During landing, the rate of descent was too high and the plane crashed. All 7 crewmembers aboard survived.
Hope you enjoyed the video!.