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  1. tsunamidrew

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    United Airlines 988

    Operator: United Airlines
    Date: January 4th,1997
    Site: Canyon of Speed National Park,Utah,U.S.A
    Summary : Pilot Error,CFIT
    Aircraft Type: Antonov 12
    Registration: 41OB-9SA4
    Crew:6
    Passengers:49
    Survivors:4
    Fatalities:51
    Injuries (Non Fatal):3
    Nature: Public
    Phase: Takeoff
    Origin Airport: Canyon of Speed Airfield,Utah,U.S.A
    Destination Airport: Phoenix Sky Harbour Airport,Arizona,U.S.A
    Flight Number:988

    Summary:

    : On January 4th,1997 United Airlines 988 (Regestration 41OB-9SA4) took off at 12:21 PM At Canyon of Speed Airfield in Canyon of Speed National Park,Utah,U.S.A which is in the Yupaya Reservation Having Parts of Western Utah and Eastern Nevada On Board there are 6 Crew The Pilot is James Dawson,23 with only 1,091 Hours of Experience and Got his License in December 1995 and the Co-Pilot is Eric Rodriquez,36 with 12,291 Hours of Experience and Also Operated a F-16 In the Gulf War He was trained to operate an Antonov 12 After being Hired for United in July 1995 there were 4 Flight Attendants Melba Summers,21,Ivan Guzman,23, Jessie Wong,34 and Israel Lambert,31 all hired to work for United around 1986-1993 and 49 passengers (Mostly Consisting of College Students) 13 seconds after taking off the plane suddenly turned right and crashed into the cliffside near the Airfield 51 had fatal injuries and 3 were serious conditions it's the most deadliest flight accident in the National Park and the Yupaya Reservation Crew Member Jessie Wong and 3 Passengers Becky Rodgers,17 (American) Arthur Riggins,29 (Australian) and Marie Boulet,42 (French) Survived , Boulet,Wong and Riggins were injured . Slovenian Actor Robert Ficko and Australian Judge Heidi Gardner were among the 51 killed

    The nationalities of the victims were:
    United States:43 (41 Killed,2 Survivor)
    Australia:6 (5 Killed,1 Survivor)
    France:5 (4 Killed,1 Survivor)
    Slovenia:1 (killed)

    Investigation:
    NATSB Investigators investigated the scene 1 hour later and interviewed all 4 survivors The Claimed Dawson was freaking out that he pulled up to far and was stalling and tried to avoid the cliff and crashed concluding that The Plane was caused by Pilot Error Due to Stalling


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  2. tsunamidrew

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    California Air 0811​
    California Air 0811 was a Domestic Scheduled Passenger Flight From Sandy Mountain Airport to San Bernardino National Park Airfield on September 23rd,1980, The flight was carried on by A Former Military now Civilian North American B-25 Mitchell when it crashed landed just 12 minutes from the airport (By Foot) killing five People (2 Crew,3 Passengers) and Seriously Injuring one This accident shocked the Airline since the it started operations just 2 months prior

    About the Airline:
    California Air was a Airline that was found in July 1980 by Brothers Alex and Jerry Reyes to gain attention to tourists visiting California that started with 4 B-25s, 2 B-29s and a Lockhead Model 18. The B-25 were used from 1980 to 1998 , both B-29s were used from 1980 to July 2004 and the Lockhead Model 18 was used from 1980 to August 2004 when the Airline went bankrupt the Airline had over 31 destinations in California, a Destination in Oregon, 2 Destinations in Arizona, 3 Destinations in Washington State , a Destination in Baja California State,Mexico and a Destination in British Columbia,Canada. Flight 0811 was the first accident of the airline and was sued by the victim's families but lost and get to keep the B-25s

    Flight:
    The Flight took off at Sandy Mountain Airport in Sandy Mountain County,California (Just 10 Miles north of the U.S/Mexico Border) with a Fuel stop in San Andres Airfield, Just 20 Miles from Sandy Mountain Airport Flight was Operated by a North American B-25 Mitchell Regestation FS938JK built in 1941 for World War 2 it was damaged in the Battle of Midway it was repaired in 1942 and bought by California Air in August 1980 the aircraft has 18,092 Hours of Flight the 3 crew consisted of 42 year old Pilot Ernest Brooks, A Vietnam War Veteran with 6,798 Hours and 21 year old Co-Pilot Alice Woods who just began flying since she only had 14 Hours of Experience and was a Registered Nurse The Passengers consisted of Danish Couple Frederik, and Luna Arnth, both 24, a American Compliance Officer Percy "Pe" Dean,41 and his Wife Stephanie,39 the Plane took off without problems

    Crash:
    The Plane turned out to not be Fully Repaired since Other Passengers of other flights recalled the screws connecting the Cab and main body weren't really screwed on and would fall off separating the plane pilot Brooks notified ATC About which altitude to fly at if the screws came off which ATC ignored causing Brooks to pull up slowly causing the cab to snap off causing a demise and crashed on Cambridge Road just 12 Minutes from Sandy Mountain Airport (By Foot) the main body landed on Jacob's Peak but rolled down the hill and reunite with Cab nearby

    Rescue:
    The Mountains are know for a Good Hiking Destination. Several Hikers of a Autism Awareness Group witness the crash and immediately run to the scene in hope of finding survivors only to find Stephanie Alive everyone else is fatally injured Paramedics and The Nearby Fire Department arrived 8 minutes later


    Aircraft:
    the Plane on a test flight a day before the it's first commercial flight in August 1980:



    Date: September 23rd,1980
    Site: 1000 Meters from Sandy Mountain Airport,California,U.S.A
    Summary: Mechanical Failure,Pilot Error
    Aircraft: North American B-25 Mitchell
    Operator: California Air
    Registration: FS938JK
    Crew:2
    Passenger:4
    Fatalities:5
    Survivor:1
    Injuries (Non Fatal):1
    Phase: In Flight
    Nature: Domestic Scheduled Passenger
    Origin Airport: Sandy Mountain Airport,Sandy Mountain County,California,U.S.A
    Destination Airport: San Berardino National Park, San Bernardino County,California,U.S.A
    Flight Number: 0811

    Investigation:
    Investigators arrived two hours later to the scene and noticed how the screws were scattered apart from each other. one of the Investigation questioned Stephanie and she reported she can't recall anything . The Wreckage was sent to the Sandy Mountain Airport to be more investigated on. in 2002 It was revealed that California Air Mechanics were Rushed for repairing their aircraft's causing the crew to forget to properly screw the pins in place concluding the mechanics forgot to properly screw the pins supporting the Cockpit this concludes this:

    The Pilots desision to increase altitude causing the cockpit to break off and The Rushing of Mechanics causing a error in the screwing


    Aftermath:
    Many Safety Recomendation were published in December 2002 by Investigators. The Sandy Mountain Airport has a Monument for the 5 killed and California Air Payed the Victim's families $55,000 (360,460.06 DKK for the Danish Victims Families) California Air went bankrupt in 2004

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    Someone in the Autism Awareness Group snapped a photo of the plane falling



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  3. Captain. Adam

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    - Fatal accident involving a Private North American B-25 Mitchell Bomber in Green Valley, USA, on the 6th of June, 1980

    (NATSB's computer generated photo for the last second before the crash)
    Date : 6 / June / 1980
    Site : Green Valley, USA
    Summary : Pilot error
    Aircraft Type : North American B-25 Mitchell
    Operator : Private
    Registration : N974BG
    Crew : 2
    Passengers : 2
    Survivors : 0
    Fatalities : 4 (All)
    Injures : 1 (critical, initial survivor)
    Phase : Maneuvering
    Nature : Testing
    Departure Airport : Green Valley, exact location unknown
    Destination Airport : Green Valley, exact location unknown
    Damage : Destroyed


    Narrative :
    The amateur built B-25 bomber replica toke off from an unknown location for a local test flight, flown by an experienced American Airlines captain, who built and owned the plane, with a friend of his as the co-pilot and 2 passengers, one seated in the nose.
    The pilot conducted several low passes / low flying maneuvers over the Green Valley lakes/mountains, during the last low pass, the B-25 hit a tree and out of control, impacting terrain near a road.
    The plane was destroyed. All 4 occupants were fatally injured. The passenger seated in the back of the plane initially survived the crash.


    - Cause :
    The crash was not investigated by federal agencies back in 1980, the Green Valley Police Department attempted to discovered what caused the crash, but without success.
    In mid 2018, the Police Department re-opened the case for investigation, the NATSB were contacted and they toke over the investigation.
    In January 2019, the final reported was released.

    The Nevada Air Transportation Safety Board determines the probable cause(s) of this accident as the following:
    • The pilot's failure to maintain enough clearance from trees during a low level maneuver, which resulted in a collision with a tree during the attempted pitch up maneuver to avoid terrain.
    This accident was a part of the "Vintage Aircraft Accident Investigations" conducted by the NATSB.






    Investigation Agency : NASTB
    Status : Investigation Completed
    Duration : 6 months

     
  4. tsunamidrew

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    Himalayan Air 1707 (Aka The Evereaching 9 Disappearance)​
    Operator: Himalayan Air
    Date: June 19th,2001
    Site: Mount Evereaching, China/Nepal (China Side)
    Summary: Pilot Error from Weather issues
    Aircraft Type: North American B-25 Mitchell
    Registration: 084J9P
    Crew:4
    Passengers:10
    Fatalities: 11 (9 missing,2 Found Dead)
    Survivor:3
    Injuries (Non fatal):3
    Nature: Passenger
    Phase; In-Flight
    Origin Airport: Ngari Gunsa Airport,China
    Destination Airport: Tenzing-Hillary Airport,Nepal
    Flight Number: 1707
    Damaged: Destroyed/Abandoned
    Investigating Agency: CACA (Chinese Aviation Crash Administration)


    Summary: On June 19th,2001 Himalayan Air 1707 took off at Ngari Gunsa Airport in the Tibet Region in China at 10:21 AM Heading to Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Nepal a total of 808 Kilometers (502 Miles) flight while the flight was going to enter Nepal fog appeared in the Mountains causing pilot Wei Lim,37 to try to pull up the aircraft but crash into the Chinese side of Mount Evereaching it's mostly believed that all passengers initially survived and 9 of the 14 passengers and crew decided to try to escape the mountain to find help only to get lost abandoning a dead crewmember, a dead passenger and two alive passengers and a alive crew member two weeks of not being found a search and rescue helicopter found the 3 survivors and rescued them. the two dead weren't recovered but the nine others were never found. one survivor British Citizen Paul Cunningham,20 confessed that he and the two other survivors promoted to cannibalism by eating the two corpses. One of the missing is 24 yer old Vietnamese Journalist Lưu Dạ Nguyệt

    the Nationalities of the Victims are:
    China:5 (Four Missing, one Survivor) (Three Crew, Two Passengers)
    U.K:4 ( Two Missing,One Found Dead,One Survivor)
    Vietnam:2* (Both Missing) (One Crew,One Passenger)
    Japan:2 (One Missing,One Survivor)
    Dominica:1 (Found Dead)

    * one passenger had Vietnam-Laos dual citizenship

    Cause:
    The Crash was never Investigated in 2001. Chinese Mountain Patrol did try to investigate but found nothing. in 2011 Caca went into the case and in December of that year they released this Statement:

    CACA Determines the Following Cause(s) of the accident as the following

    The decision of the Pilot to try to fly in foggy/Snowy Weather resulting in crashing into Mount Evereaching while attempting to pull up

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    Kurupae Airfield Mid-Air Collision

    The Collision was taken by a Man in a Cessplane L-19
    Operrators: Pacific Air 913 (Plane 1) Russiair International 3812 (Plane 2)
    Date: November 7th,2010
    Site; Kurupae,New Zealand
    Summary: Mid-Air Collision
    Aircraft Types: North American B-25 Mitchell (Both Planes)
    Registrations: Y21-321 (Plane 1) 3I0P2-1 (Plane 2)
    Crew: 3 (Plane 1) 3 (Plane 2) Total:6
    Passengers: 8 (Plane 1) 4 (Plane 2) Total:12
    Survivor:11 ( All Plane 1)
    Fatalities: 7 (All Plane 2)
    Injuries (Non Fatal):0 (None)
    Nature: Take-Off (Plane 2) Landing (Plane 1)
    Origin Airport (Plane 1): Wellington International Airport,New Zealand
    Origin Airport (Plane 2): Kurupae Airfield,New Zealand
    Destination Airport (Plane 1): Kurupae Airfield,New Zealand
    Destination Airport (Plane 2) Vladivostok International Airport,Russia
    Flight Number: 913 (Plane 1) 3812 (Plane 2)

    Summary (Plane 1) Pacific Air 913 took off at Wellington International Airport at 8:31 AM NZST with 3 crew (1 Pilot,1 Navigator, 1 Flight Attendent) and 8 Passengers the flight would take an Hour and 14 Minutes while trying to land Russiair International 3812 collided with 913's Landing gears, causing both planes to lose engine power and causing 3812 to break apart and parish to the ground. Pilot Anthony Loraine,32 decides to try to control the plane without the landing gears and the engines disabled and lands at the Kurupae Airfield's runway this was the first time Pacific Air had a Non Fatal Accident the plane got new landing gears installed a month later of repairs

    Summary (Plane 2) Russiair International 3812 took off at 9:43 AM with 3 Crew (2 Pilots and a Engineer ) and 4 Passengers The B-25 was bought by Russiair International three weeks prior with only 230 Hours two minutes after takoff Pilot Yuryev Mikhail (Misha) Savelievich,27 accidentally pulls up when he see's Pacific Air 913 causing the collision Flight 3812 broke apart in the Collision causing a fatal fall this was the worst crash in Russair's history prior to Russair Flight 281 In 2014 killing 64 of the 73 on board the plane was destroyed

    These are the nationalities of the Victims:
    New Zealand:10 (8 Survivor,2 Killed) (2 On Plane 2, 8 on Plane 1)
    U.K:4 (2 Survivor,2 Killed) (Two on Plane 1 ` and Two on Plane 2)
    Russia:2 (Both Killed) (both on Plane 2)
    Bulgaria:1 (Survived) ( On Plane 1)
    Uzbekistan:1 (killed) (On Plane 1)


    Cause:
    The accident was investigation in Collaboration of the NASTB and the NZASA (New Zealand Aviation Safety Agency) and in January 2012 this statement was released

    The NASTB and the NZASA determine the probable Cause(s) of this accident as the Following

    The Pilot of Flight 3812 to pull up into Flight 913's Path causing a Mid Air Collision


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  6. Captain. Adam

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    Polar Express Air Flight 203
    Polar Express Air Flight 203 was a domestic scheduled passenger flight from Mammoth Valley to Green Valley, USA. On the 19th of November, 1969, flight 203 was being operated with a B-25 when it crashed into a mountain in low visibility conditions, killing all 11 occupants.


    - Flight :
    The aircraft departed from an open area that was used as an airfield by airlines that operated their aircraft in Mammoth Valley. On board the aircraft were 2 pilots, 1 flight navigator and 8 passengers, mostly local shop workers traveling to Green Valley to spend their holidays. The aircraft departed after a Mammoth Valley DC-3, the DC-3 crew reported heavy clouds and fog above 7000 feet.
    The flight was eventful until it reached 6500 feet, the captain decided to give controls to the Co-pilot, he was less experienced, especially in bad weather.
    The co-pilot toke control of the aircraft at around 7100 feet, despite the fog, the plane was spotted by the passengers on board the ahead DC-3, they reported seeing the aircraft "shake" before starting to descend slowly. The descent continued until 6600 feet, that's when the captain decided to take control of the aircraft. He pulled aggressively on the controls, causing structure damage to the wing, now in a panic, the captain kept the nose up and he started to increase the trim angle. The aircraft entered a slow spinning stall. At around 2000 feet, the pilot changed the flap positions and lowered the landing gears. The nose started to drop, but the altitude was insufficient for a recovery. The plane impacted a mountain in a nose-first position. All 11 occupants were killed.





    (The accident aircraft seen in 1968)
    Date : 19 / November / 1969
    Site : Mammoth Valley, USA
    Summary : Loss of control in bad weather conditions
    Aircraft Type : North American B-25 Mitchell
    Operator : Polar Air Express
    Registration : N829BG
    Crew : 3
    Passengers : 8
    Survivors : 0
    Fatalities : 11 (All)
    Injures : ---
    Phase : En-route
    Nature : Domestic Scheduled Passenger Flight
    Departure Airport : Mammoth Valley, USA.
    Destination Airport : Green Valley, exact location unknown
    Damage : Destroyed
    Flight Number : 203



    - Investigation :
    The Board determines that the probable cause of the accident as the following:

    • The Captain's decision to give control to his inexperienced co-pilot, which resulted in a loss of control in weather conditions of almost 0 visibility. Also, The Captain's failure to take the correct actions to stop a high speed descent by pulling the nose up sharply, causing severe structure damage to the wings, and making him "afraid" to pull out of the stall to avoid breaking the wings.

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    Date: February 15th,2019,(01:28:58AM)
    Site: Harbor River,Utah
    Summary: Full Hydraulic,FCP(Flight Control Panel),Generator failtures,Pilot error
    Aircraft:2016 Barry M1-18SR-2XLR(1080XWD Family),Original frame Reg:L6-WBB
    Operator: Worldjet
    Registration: N572NN
    Crew:6(2 flight deck+4 Flight attendants)
    Passenger:210
    Total:216
    Fatalities:212(Making it most massive crash in Beamia's history)
    Survivor:4
    Injuries (Non Fatal):Minor(hitting oxygen mask panel on impact)and scuffs
    Phase: On ground
    Nature: International flight over Atlantic
    Origin Airport:Francis International Airport,Liberty City,USA(ICAO:KFIA)
    Destination Airport: Barry-Avro Aerospatiale Internazionale aeroporto(ICAO:LBIA)
    Flight Number: 702
    Callsign:Snowflake 702

    FDR transcript(pnf.monitor.barryair.com/n572nn/FDR/2019-02-15-00:16.fdc):
    01:22:23 AM:Captain:{explosion sound},Hey something exploded (ECAM Message:ELEC 1 ELEC 2 FAIL RESTART
    IF SPD DISAGREE GEN1 GEN2 RESET)
    01:22:35 AM-Pilot:ELEC failture?Fly By Wire initiate
    {At this time cabin altitude increases to 26700ft and Oxygen masks automatically dropped}
    [01:23:01 AM:Captain makes crew announcement:
    Put out all of your unnecessary things,fasten your seatbelts and wear oxygen masks,this is an emergency descent!]
    01:23:21 AM:GPWS:Sink Rate!,(whoop whoop) Don't sink
    01:24:01 AM-Pilot: FLAPS 5!
    01:25:01 AM:Captain:FLAPS? AT THIS VERTICAL SPEED?
    {Still forgot initiate to FBW system}
    01:25:35 AM:TCAS:OBSTACLE AHEAD,OBSTACLE AHEAD ,PULL UP!
    {at this point pitot tubes are cutted off by extreme angle of attack and speed}
    01:26:03 AM:Utah Control: FAB(foxtrot-alpha-bravo)702 stand-by
    01:26:21 AM:Captain: Ahh,utah, ahh ,toweerr, ahh request emergency services ahh..
    01:26:35 AM:Utah control: FAB702 what's your callsign?
    01:26:46 AM:Captain: Snowflake ahh 7-0-2
    01:26:51 AM:Utah control:roger that,what nature of emergency you wish to register
    {This is critical point:Aircraft's Flight control panels starts to blink out}
    01:27:02 AM:captain: ahhhh full control failture
    01:27:09 AM:UC:Roger that if you still somewhat can,fly heading 176 and altitude 2500,DME 087
    01:27:21 AM:CAPT:OK thanks,we will try our best and beyond
    01:27:31 AM-PLT:uhhh,power loss
    01:27:41 AM:CAPT:here we go....
    {Sink rate,whoop whoop pull up until the end}
    01:28:02 AM-PLT:FULL THRUST,TOGA!,FLAPS FIVE
    01:28:21 AM:CAPT:Hey did we intiated the FBW system because its not initiated
    01:28:34 AM-PLT:SHIIIIIT ,HYDRAULIC COVER CUTOFF INITIATE
    01:28:45 AM{GLIDESLOPE,TOO LOW,TERRAIN,PULL UP}
    {at this point plane starts to be a little bit responsible to yoke and rudder}
    01:28:51 AM:CAPT:THIS IS END,WE ARE GOING DOWN
    01:29:35 AM-PLT:THIS IS TOTALLY THE END... GOODBYE {whoop whoop pull up!}
    01:29:36 AM:CAPT:this.. Is .. End...
    01:29:48 AM-PLT: I know it °°°° (name blurred out)
    01:29:52 AM:HUGE IMPACT SOUND with explosion
    01:29:58 AM Cockpit crashes to mountain
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    More photos to come soon
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    --- Post updated ---
    Flight summary to be received from NATSB soon
     
  8. tsunamidrew

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    Nebraska Airlines 6652


    Photo was taken by a lost hiker trying to take pictures to get attention and get found he took the last moments of 6652

    Operator: Nebraska Airlines
    Date: February 5th,1984
    Site: Sultan Peak National Park,Manitoba,Canada
    Summary: Engine exhaustion , Pilot Error, CFIT
    Aircraft Type: North American B-25 Mitchell
    Registration: 57M2-O7
    Crew:4
    Passengers:10
    Survivor:0 (1 Initially)
    Fatalities:14 (all)
    Injuries (Non Fatal):0 (1 initially)
    Nature: Public
    Phase: En-Flight
    Origin Airport: Resolute Bay Airport,Northwest Territory,Canada (Now Nunavut)
    1st Stopover Airport: Lac Du Bonnet Airport,Manitoba,Canada
    2nd Stopover Airport:Mobridge Municipal Airport,South Dakota,U.S.A
    Destination Airport: Broken Bow Municipal Airport,Nebraska,U.S.A
    Flight Number: 6652

    Summary:
    On February 5th,1984 at 8:40 AM Nebraska Airlines 6652 took off at Resolute Bay Airport,Northwest Territory,Canada with 10 passengers (Mostly consisting of a Nebraskan Arctic Ocean Research College Class returning from Northwest Territory) , two pilots a Navigator and a Flight Attendant. The pilot was George Sullivan who has 48,210 Hours. (Including 32 hours with Nebraska Airlines) The co-pilot was Karen Olsen with 29,070 hours (Including 218 hours with Nebraska Airlines making her the first female pilot with the airline) the flight reached Sultan Peak National Park in an three and 10 minutes onto the flight when the plane suffered Starvation and crashed on terrain near Mount Parker. The plane loses its left wing, Pilot Sullivan tried to gain control of the flight when the plane caught fire and crashed into the ground the plane initially fatally injures thirteen on board one passenger Canadian Citizen Jonathan Reyes initially survived the crash but stumbled to his injuries in hospital a day later

    The Nationalities of the victims were:
    U.S.A:11 (all crew,7 passengers)
    Canada:3

    Investigation:
    The Royal Canadian Aviation Investigation Agency and Sultan Peak Park Rangers investigated into the crash it turned out the plane didn't had the correct amount of fuel for the trip and apparently the plane ran out of fuel and Sullivan tried to emergency land into bumpy terrain causing the plane to bump and catch fire

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    The 1981 Mammoth Valley Mid-Air Collision


    Computer Generated Photos of the Mid-Air Collision

    Operators: Pan American World Airways & Mammoth Valley Borough Search and Rescue Team
    Date: January 21st,1981
    Site: Mammoth Valley Borough,Alaska,U.S.A
    Summary: Mid-Air Collision
    Aircraft: Antonov 12B & North American B-25 Mitchell
    Registrations: R6S1BO (Antonov) 41-29Y82 (B-25)
    Crew: 7 (Pan American) 3 (B-25) Total (Both Planes) : 10
    Passengers: 68 (Pan American) 1 (B-25) Total:69
    Survivor: 11 (Pan American) 2 (B-25) Total:13
    Fatalities: 64 (Pan American) 2 (B-25) total: 66
    Injuries (Non Fatal): 11 (Pan American) 2 (B-25) Total:13 (All Survivor)
    Nature: Public (Pan American) Search and Rescue (B-25)
    Phase: Mid-Flight (Both Planes)
    Departure Airport: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Pan American) Unnamed Airfield (B-25)
    Destination Airport Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (Pan American) Unnamed Airfield (B-25)
    Damage: Destroyed (Both)
    Flight Numbers: 102 (Pan American) 2 (B-25)

    Narrative:
    On January 21st,1981 Pan American World Airways (Pan Am) Flight 102 is flying over Mammoth Valley Borough, Alaska,United States with a Destination of Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport in Anchorage,Alaska with 7 Crew on board. The Crew includes Captain William Vitsut,32 with 2,038 Hours (Including 23 Hours with Pan American World Airways) , First Officer Dominick Davis,64 with 27,634, hours (Including 1,722 Hours with Pan American World Airways), Navigator Gregory Schram,55 with 3,940 Hours (Including 1,240 Hours with Pan American World Airways) , Engineer Robert Brown.42 with 7,775 hours (Including 6,790 Hours with Pan American World Airways) and three Flight Attendants, Michael Garcia,25 Caroline Hart ,27 and Robert Henninger,28 all hired for Pan American World Airways from 1967-1979. There are also Sixty-Eight Passengers on Board ( mostly Consisting of European Tourists touring Alaska) . Also Flying in the area is Mammoth Valley Borough Search and Rescue Flight 2 searching for a family missing in the area for four days. In Command is Andrew Snell,26 with 1,032 Hours and along is First Officer Frank Burk,19 With 27 hours and also on board is Mammoth Valley Borough Police Officer Lloyd Marshall,37 and Carmen Metz,15 a Relative of the Missing Family. At Exactly 11:48 AM both planes collide with each other making Pan American World Airways 102 to lose its left wing spinning to the ground. The B-25 tries to emergency land but loses control and crashes into the ground. In total Sixty-Four Occupants (5 Crew,59 Passengers) of The Pan Am Flight Perished and the two pilots of the Search and rescue Plane died. Only the two passengers of the B-25 ,Flight Attendant Garcia,Navigator Schram and 9 Passengers of Pan Am 102 survived. the Mid-Air Collision is the worst plane accident in Mammoth Valley Borough History.


    The Nationalities of the Victims Include:
    United States: 59 (4 Search and Rescue,55 Pan American 102) (7 Survivor,52 Killed)
    France:13 ( Pan American 102) (10 killed,3 survivor)
    West Germany:1 (Killed) (Pan American 102)
    Sweden:3 (Pan American 102) (1 killed, 2 survivor)
    USSR:1* (Pan American 102) (Killed)
    Finland:2 (Pan American 102) (1 killed,1 survivor)

    * the Soviet Citizen was a resident of current day Estonia



    The Reason the Planes collide with each other was because Mammoth Valley Borough Search and Rescue 2 had poor connection with ATC and decided to pull up and didn't see Pan American World Airways 102 enough and struck each other


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    Mammoth Valley Search and Rescue 102:


     

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    Fedex Express 932




    A Fedex McDonnell-Douglas DC-11 similar to the one involved




    Operator: Fedex Express
    Date: October 5th,2013
    Site: Frozen Lake,Alaska,U.S.A
    Summary: CFIT due to Pilot Error And Engine Fire
    Aircraft: McDonnell-Douglas DC-11
    Registration: N802FE
    Crew: 3
    Passenger:0
    Fatalities: 3 (All) 32 (Wildfire) Total:35
    Survivor:0
    Injuries (Non Fatal):0
    Nature: Cargo
    Phase: En-Flight
    Origin Airport: Tokyo International Airport,Japan
    Destination Airport: Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport,Canada
    Flight Number: 932


    Summary:
    On October 5th,2013 Fedex Express 932 (Registration N802FE) was flying over Frozen Lake Borough,Alaska,U.S.A (8 Miles from the Canada Border) with a Destination of Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport in Ontario,Canada. On Board is Captain Sophia Fernandez From Oakland,California with 80,000 Hours (Including 58,805 Hours with Fedex Express) , First Officer David Toney,From Raleigh,North Carolina with 38,000 Hours (Including 2,492 Hours with Fedex Express) and Engineer Brad Magno From San Francisco,California with 27,000 hours (Including 13 hours with Federal Express) the engine suddenly caught fire panicking Captain Sophia and tries to pull down the plane stalls after the plane pulls up and the plane crashes into the Frozen Lake Forest. Killing all three on board. The fire caused the 2013 Alaskan-Yukon Wildfire that burned 34,000 Acres of Forest and causing the deaths of 32 People


    The Reason the Engine Caught Fire was because of Uncontained Engine Failure



    A Photo of the first 10 seconds of the Fire:







    The Area of the Crash taken sometime in early 2018

     

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    August 2002 West Coast,U.S.A Mid-Air Collision





    The Two Planes Involved


    Operator: Fly Oregon (Learjet) Beamng.Fly (Cessplane)
    Date: August 28th,2002
    Aircraft Type: Learjet 45 (Fly Oregon) Cessplane L-19 (Beamng.Fly)
    Summary: Mid-Air Collision from Weather Issues
    Site: Pacific Ocean (Near Belasco,California,U.S.A)
    Fatalities: 3 (Learjet) 3 (All Cessplane) total:6
    Survivor: 5 (Learjet)
    Injuries (Non Fatal):1
    Crew: 2 (Learjet) 1 (Cessplane) total: 3
    Passengers: 6 (Learjet) 2 (Cessplane) total: 8
    Registration: D-CRBE (Learjet) 38-ADM9 (Cessplane)
    Phase: En Flight (Learjet) Takeoff (Cessplane)
    Origin: McNary Field,Salem,Oregon,U.S.A (Learjet) Belasco Floutplane Center,California,U.S.A (Cessplane)
    Destination: Belasco International Airport,California,U.S.A (Learjet) San Juan Floutplane Airport,Washington,U.S.A (Cessplane)
    Damage: Destroyed (Cessplane) Serious Damage (Learjet)
    Number: 39 (Learjet) 007 (Cessplane)

    Summary:
    In the Late Morning Hours of August 28th,2002 in Belasco,California,U.S.A A 89 Year old Cessplane L-19 Floutplane belonging to Beamng.Air was taking off on the Pacific Ocean with a Destination of San Juan Floutplane Airport in Washington State In Foggy Conditions . On board is Pilot Kevin Gerald with 2,038 hours of Experience and two passengers who were Business men traveling back to San Juan Island. 32 seconds during takeoff , A 3 year old Learjet 45 belonging to Fly Oregon is preparing to land at Belasco International Airport on board is Captain Bryan Kerns with 2,800 hours of experience (including 23 hours with Fly Oregon), First Officer Robyn Taft with 1,039 hours of experience (Including 728 hours with Fly Oregon) and six passengers. the Cessplane collides with the Learjet causing the Cessplane to collide into Richard Dawkins Memorial Bridge believing to kill two of the people on board. the plane then crashes into the ocean drowning the last victim. The Learjet crashed into a mountain just two miles from Belasco International Airport. the two pilots and one passenger died with five surviving one in critical condition.




    The Nationalities of the Victims were:
    United States:7 (4 Learjet,3 Cessplane) (5 killed,2 survivors)
    Germany:2 (Both Learjet) (1 killed,1 survivor with no injuries )
    New Zealand:1 (Learjet) (Survived with critical injuries)
    Japan:1 (Learjet) (Survived with no injuries)


    The reason the Two planes collided with each other was because that morning the sky was so foggy it was hard for pilot to see and the both pulled up and crashed into each other


    Sadly there are no photos of the aftermath of the Learjet that seem to exist but there are some photos of the Cessplane crashing


     

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    - Fatal accident involving a United States Air Force North American B-25 Mitchell in Frozen Lake, USA, on March 21, 1959.

    Date : 21 / March / 1959
    Site : Frozen Lake, USA
    Summary : VFR In IMC, CFIT
    Aircraft Type : North American B-25 Mitchell
    Operator : USAF
    Registration : 46-931485
    Crew : 5
    Passengers : 1
    Survivors : 0
    Fatalities : 6 (all)
    Phase : Manoeuvring
    Nature : Military
    Departure Airport : Unknown
    Destination Airport : Unknown
    Damage : Destroyed
    Narrative :
    The B-25 flew into the rocky side of the Frozen Lake in bad weather conditions. All 6 occupants were fatally injured and the aircraft was destroyed


    - Cause :
    "The commander's poor judgement while flying in bad weather, attempting to make visual contact with the ground in 0 visibility conditions. Which resulted in a Controlled Flight Into Terrain event."
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    The 1959 Canadian-American Air Force Mid-Air Collision



    Computer Generated Photo of the Mid-Air Collision


    Operators: Royal Canadian Air Force (Arrow) United States Air Force (B-25)
    Date: February 14th,1959
    Site: Alberta,Canada
    Summary: Mid-Air Collision
    Aircraft: North American B-25 Mitchell (United States Air Force) Avro Arrow (Royal Canadian Air Force)
    Regestration: RL-207 (Arrow) 18S9US (B-25)
    Crew: 5 (B-25) 1 (Arrow) total:6
    Passengers:0
    Fatalities: 6 (All) 1 (Ground) total:7
    Survivor:0
    Injuries (Non Fatal):0 (None)
    Phase: En-Flight (Both)
    Nature: Training (B-25) Testing (Arrow)
    Departure Airport: Malmstrom Air Force Base,Montana,United States (B-25) CFB Cold Lake Air Base,Alberta,Canada (Arrow)
    Destination Airport: Malmstrom Air Force Base,Montana,United States (B-25) CFB Cold Lake Air Base,Alberta,Canada (Arrow)
    Number/Callsign: The Montana Bear (United Air Force) Billyboy 7 (Royal Canadian Air Force)
    Damage: Destroyed (Both Planes)

    Narrative:
    On February 14th,1959 the Royal Canadian Air Force was testing its 8th Avro Arrow nicknamed "Billboy 7" and being tested by Pilot Anika Nadeau with 37 hours with the Royal Canadian Air Force also in the area was a American Air Force B-25 Mitchell Nicknamed "The Montana Bear" on is returning from a training mission flying over Montana and Alberta. the crew consisting of two pilots,2 sergeants and a Private (Listed in Fatalities Section). the B-25 turns left and crashes into the Arrow. The B-25 Catches fire after the collision and loses its left wing while falling to the ground and the Arrow Loses its Right wing causing both planes to tumble to the ground. All people on both planes were killed. A Pedestrian walking in the area was killed by the B-25 after it landed

    Fatalities:

    The Crew of the B-25 Were:
    Robert Kearney (Pilot) From Huntington,New York (37,000 Hours)
    Harold Bartlett (Pilot) From Anaheim,California (23,039 Hours)
    Andrea Richie (Sergeant) From Reno,Nevada
    Chad Johnson (Sergeant) From San Diego,California
    Helen Mills (Private) from St.Petersburg,Florida

    The Name of the Pedestrian killed by the B-25 was Richard Torres, 21 from New Brunswick,Canada


    The Reason the B-25 collided with the Arrow was to avoid a flock of Canada Geese but pulled up and crashed into the Arrow


    The Arrow Project was Cancelled six days later on February 20th,1959


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    Aftermath Photos Of B-25 (Black and White)




    Rare Colored Photo of B-25 Aftermath

     

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    Sharks Air 3194
    Sharks Air Flight 3194 was a domestic cargo flight from Mammoth Valley, USA, to Green Valley, USA. On June 6th, 1970, flight 3194 was being operated with a B-25 Mitchell with 6 crew members on board when it crashed nose first into a hill about 5 minutes after departure from Mammoth Valley.



    (The plane departing from Mammoth Valley)
    Date : 6 / June / 1970
    Site : Frozen Lake, USA
    Summary : Structure Failure, Loss of control, Pilot error
    Aircraft Type : North American B-25 Mitchell
    Operator : Sharks Air LLC
    Registration : N6741B
    Crew : 5
    Passengers : 1
    Survivors : 4
    Fatalities : 3
    Injures : 3 (2 serious, 1 minor)
    Phase : En-route
    Nature : Cargo
    Departure Airport : Mammoth Valley, USA
    Destination Airport : Green Valley, USA
    Damage : Destroyed

    Narrative :
    While climbing over the high mountains of Mammoth Valley, the co-pilot conducted a high pitch left wing maneuver. This caused the right wing tip to detach and hit the left rudder and elevator. Control was lost and the B-25 impacted terrain nose first.



    - Cause :
    "The detachment of the right wing tip and it's impact with the left rudder and elevator during cruise flight, which resulted in a total loss of control. The detachment of the wing tip was caused by a sudden maneuver done by the co-pilot for undetermined reasons."
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    Reddie Air Cargo 761



    Moment of impact taken on Police Dashcam seconds before Plane strikes the Police Cruiser


    Date: August 3rd,2014
    Site: Desert Roads District,Alberta,Canada
    Summary: Loss of Engine Power,Pilot Error
    Aircraft type: North American B-25 Mitchell
    Operator: Reddie Air
    Registration: 8A291-R
    Crew: 4
    Passengers:0
    Fatalities: 1 (Ground)
    Survivor:4 (All on Plane)
    Injuries (Non Fatal): 1 (Co-Pilot) (Minor)
    Phase; En-Route
    Nature:Cargo
    Damage: Destroyed
    Flight Number: 761

    Summary:
    On August 3rd,2014 Reddie Air 671 flying over Desert Roads District in Alberta,Canada (Near U.S Border) on board were Captain Janet Pennington with 2,300 hours (Including 3 hours with Reddie Air), First Officer Juan Chapman with 1,383 hours (Including 372 hours with Reddie Air) , Engineer Andrew Adams with 21,700 hours (Including 38 hours with Reddie Air) and Navigator John Freeman with 2,937 hours (Including 171 hours with Reddie Air) when the plane engines just stopped working and the plane stopped working so pilot Pennington decides to emergency land near the highway but crashes into the ground. The Plane collides into a Police Provence Cruiser driven by Officer Joanne Roder, the impact kills her on impact. All crew survived with only Juan Chapman suffering Minor Injuries

    Captain Pennington remained with Reddie Air until the Airlines Bankruptcy in 2016, since 2017 she is flying with Air Yukon, A regional airline based in Whitehorse,Yukon Territory

    First Officer Chapman remained with Reddie Air until the Airlines Bankruptcy in 2016, Since 2016 he is flying for Fedex Express

    Navigator Freeman remained with Reddie Air until the Airlines Bankruptcy in 2016, since 2017 he is flying for Westjet



    It's Believed that the Engines failed because according to witnesses both engines of the B-25 had small impact with the ground supporting the conclusion the engines failed during flight from the damage



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    Aftermath of Police Cruiser

     

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    The 1958 Japanese B-25 Test Accident





    (The B-25 Involved taken in 1948)



    Operator: Japanese Government
    Date: March 2nd,1958
    Site: Over Nigata Prefecture,Japan (Emergency landed on Jangururokku island,Nigata Prefecture,Japan)
    Summary: Engine Explosion from Bird Strike, Pilot Error on Landing
    Aircraft: North American B-25 Mitchell (Imported)
    Registration: 8AJ9MJ
    Crew: 2
    Passengers:6
    Survivor: 8 (All)
    Fatalities:0
    Injuries (Non Fatal):0
    Nature: Testing
    Phase: Mid-Flight
    Departure Airport: Unknown Airbase,Yamagata Prefecture,Japan
    Destination Airport: Unknown Airbase,Yamagata Prefecture,Japan
    Damage: Destroyed (From Fire)
    Flight Number: 01 (Formerly Pacific Prowler)



    Narrative:
    From when the Treaty of San Francisco was signed in 1951 until 1964 The United States Imported some of their military aircraft to the Japanese Government which includes a total of five North American B-25 Mitchell Bombers. On March 2nd,1958 one of the five B-25 was going to be tested. On board are two Japanese Pilots, Captain Shimabukoru Toshiyuki with 28,093 hours (Including 37 with the Japanese Air Force) And First Officer Jiro Takanashi, with 19,209 hours (Including 109 hours with the Japanese Air Force), General Akhiro Watabe, Watabe's Bodyguard Miki Kunihiko Journalist of the Tokyo Times Seta Murika, A unnamed Korean Army General and Two Americans telling instructions how to operate the B-25 Kevin Bagshaw and Kieran Sandoval, both former U.S Air Force Pilots . The Plane took off at an Unknown Japanese Air Force Base in Yamagata Prefecture and to return a few hours later. the Plane was flying near Jangururokku Island located in Nigata Prefecture Waters where Bar-Headed Geese were flying, one of them was struck by the left engine causing an explosion. Captain Toshiyuki decides to land at the Airfield and the slides down the airfield to a stop near the ATC Building. No one on board was injured. The Left engine caught fire while skidding causing a massive fire after everyone escape. the aircraft was destroyed from the fire


    Cause
    "The Pilot's desicion to fly at low altitude where Bar-Headed Geese were flying causing one of the them to be hit and the Pilot's failure to pull down the landing gears in time"


    Photos:
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    Plane about to land:




    Plane skidding (Rare Colored Photo)










     

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    Fly Luxembourg Cargo 873






    (The B-25 Involved taken a few minutes before the crash)

    Operator: Fly Luxembourg
    Date: December 24th,1980
    Site: Jangururokku Island, Nigata Prefecture, Japan
    Summary:Weather Reduced runway overshoot
    Aircraft Type: North American B-25 Mitchell
    Registration: N7-4BLA
    Crew:4
    Passengers:1
    Survivors:3 (4 Initially)
    Fatalities:2 (1 initially)
    Injuries (Non Fatal):1
    Nature: Cargo
    Phase: Takeoff
    Origin Airport: Osaka International Airport, Hyogo Prefecture,Japan
    Stopover Airport 1 : Janguruokku Airfield, Janguruokko Island,Nigata Prefecture,Japan
    Stopover Airport 2: Shanghai Pudong International Airport,PRC (China)
    Destination: Luxembourg Airport,Luxembourg
    Damage: Destroyed
    Flight Number: 873

    Summary:
    On Christmas Eve, December 24th,1980 Fly Luxembourg 873 was taking off with full fuel after a stop over at Janguruokku Airfield on Janguruokku Island on Nigata Prefecture in Japan. On Board are four crew (two Pilots, A Engineer and A Navigator) and an off duty Fly Luxembourg employee who was returning back to Luxembourg from a Vacation to Osaka. The Plane went on the runway after a Piper PA-28 Cherokee operated by Mongol Airlines took off. The Aircraft reported huge rain and poor visibility. Despite this claim, Fly Luxembourg 873 will still take off. The Pilot tried to pull up but failed due to aquaplaning and slid off the runway into a hill. The Co-Pilot was killed on impact but five minutes after the impact the Pilot Died from his injuries. The Engineer had serious injuries and The Navigator and the Passenger were unharmed

    The Engineer (Name unable to find) remained with Fly Luxembourg until 1985, She flew with Lufthansa Cargo from 1986 to 1994, she flew with XL Airways France from 1997 until retiring in 2009

    The Navigator (Name unable to find) remained with Fly Luxembourg until 1991, he flew with Air France Regional from 1992 to 2001, He then flew with ASL Airlines France from 2002 to 2012 Since 2014 he is flying with HOP!


    Nationalities:
    Luxembourg: 3 (Both Pilots, Off Duty Passenger) (2 killed,1 survivor)
    France: 1 (Navigator) (Survived)
    West Germany (Engineer) (Survived with Serious Injuries)


    The Reason The B-25 Crash was because of the Aquaplaning on the runway making them to not pull up in time and to crash into the hill


    Photos:






     

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    1945 B-25 attack Over Fujigoko Prefecture




    (Computer Generated Photos of the Attack)





    Operator: USAF (B-25) IJAAS (ME262)
    Date: June 6th,1945
    Summary: Suicide Attack/Mid Air Collision
    Site: Fujigoko Prefecture,Japan
    Aircraft Type: North American B-25 Mitchell (USAF) Messerschmitt Me 262 (IJAAS)
    (IJAAS)
    Registration: N7YAIO (B-25) AM9-S1U (262)
    Crew: 7 (B-25) 1 (262) Total:8
    Passenger:1 (B-25)
    Fatalities: 9 (All)
    Survivor:0
    Injuries (Non Fatal):----
    Nature: Firebombing Mission (B-25) Suicide Attack (262)
    Phase: En-Flight (Both)
    Origin Airport: Morse Field,Hawaii Territory,U.S.A (B-25) Utsunomiya Air Field,Tochigi Prefecture,Japan (262)
    Destination Airport: Morse Field,Hawaii Territory,U.S.A (B-25)
    Aircraft Name: Delano Roosevelt (B-25) The Killer (252)

    Narrative:
    On June 6th,1945 a North American B-25 Mitchell belonging to the USAF nicknamed "Delano Roosevelt" was flying over Fujigoko Prefecture in Japan with 7 crew and a passenger including Captain August Walter with 3,839 hours of flying, First Officer Tanner Trout with 2,983 hours of flying, Engineer Mike Moss with 1,938 hours of flying and the Passenger Brandon Walter son of Captain August Walter. The Plane was on a Firebombing attack to a city that is unclear (Possibly Himeji or Ako) with 20 pounds of Bombs on board. There is a Messerschmitt Me 262 flying in the area of the B-25 being piloted by Kamikaze Orio Shigematsu with 4,382 hours of flying after being told a American Aircraft was flying in the area. The Me 262 locates the B-25 and Kamikaze Orio crashes into the back side of the B-25 making it lose its tail and go hopelessly to the ground. Captain Orio then aims towards the ground and crashes. All eight on board the B-25 and The Pilot of the 262 died


    the reason the B-25 got noticed and attack down was the B-25 Pilot's decision to fly near enemy base and low altitude where the plane was noticeable and close to radar


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    GN Computer Express Flight 147
    GN Computer Express Flight 147 was domestic computer flight from the So Cal Nevada Interstate Airport, Nevada, to San Francisco International Airport, California. On June 9th, 1975, a civilian operated B-25 Mitchell was used for the flight, the aircraft was leased from Air Metro California and operating for GN Computer Express when it crashed into a hill in Green Valley, California, killing all 15 occupants.


    - Flight :
    Flight 147 departed the So Cal Nevada Interstate Airport, with the destination airport being San Francisco International. On board the aircraft were 4 crew members and 11 passengers, mostly factory workers heading to their families. Weather conditions at the time of departure were described as perfect, and the flight was uneventful from take off to initial climb until the crew entered the California border.
    The Captain was informed about heavy fog and bad weather conditions around the area of the original flight plan. The ATC cleared the flight to choose another route to the airport, one of the suggestions was Green Valley, a small pond surrounded by wooded hills.
    The Captain accepted to choose the Green Valley route, and the flight did not report any problems during the way to the Valley.
    About two minutes before reaching the area, The Captain told the First Officer "Hey, It seems that this valley is foggy as well!".
    The Flight contacted the ATC and told him about the weather conditions in the area, the ATC told the crew that he had another aircraft flying behind them, and he requested them to hold until he could guide the other aircraft. The crew accepted and waited clearance to increase the altitude flight.
    The Flight was cleared to climb to 10.000 feet, while keeping clearance from the other aircraft, which was a Metro Air Nevada Lockheed L-1011 TriStar flying at 12.000 feet.
    The ATC operations went silent until 46 seconds later, when the TriStar crew reported seeing the B-25 entering the descend, the following transmission was sent:
    "Air Metro 933 Heavy, other aircraft in sight, Its unable to maintain altitude!".
    The ATC contacted Flight 147, the Captain told the ATC that they were trying to deal with a problem:
    "GN Express 147, we have a malfunction, please stand by".
    The ATC lost track of the plane about 20 seconds later. The TriStar crew reported seeing a big explosion in the heavy fog of Green Valley.
    - Rescue :
    Rescue operations arrived on the scene a few moments later, it was immediately known that all 15 occupants were killed.




    (Computer generated photo of Flight's 147 last seconds)
    Site : Green Valley, CA, USA
    Summary : CFIT, Spatial disorientation in Fog
    Aircraft Type : North American B-25 Mitchell
    Operator : GN Computer Express
    Registration : N6938C
    Crew : 4
    Passengers : 11
    Survivors : 0
    Fatalities : 15 (all)
    Injures : --
    Phase : En-route
    Nature : Domestic Scheduled Passenger
    Departure Airport : So Cal Nevada Interstate Airport, NV, USA
    Destination Airport : San Francisco International Airport, CA, USA
    Damage : Destroyed



    - Wreckage :
    The wreckage scattered all over the hill, small parts became tangled in trees, and the road located right next to the crash site was closed.

    Investigators determined that the aircraft impacted the hill at an angle of 69 °, while flying at a speed near the structure limitations of the airframe (The aircraft nearly broke up before the impact).

    (Impact illustration)
    The cockpit and nose section were completely crushed by the impact, it was impossible to recover all flight instruments, but the investigators managed to recover the Altitude indicator and Speed Indicator. An examination of the Speed Indicator found no faults with it, but the investigators couldn't completely determine if the Altitude Indicator was working before the impact.

    The tail section was substantially damaged, all flight control surfaces (Rudders/Elevators) were scattered across the hill. The main tail section came to the rest next to a tree.


    The mid-section of the aircraft was completely crushed and destroyed from the front, both wings did not separate from the main fuselage, but they were completely crushed and destroyed. The engines were destroyed, but investigators determined they working at the time of impact.
    The middle section was also crushed, It was determined that the crash was unsurvivable based on the wreckage examination.



    - Investigation :
    Based on the available evidence, eyewitnesses accounts, ATC recordings, and CVR tapes, the National Transportation Safety Board Determines that the probable cause of the accident involving Flight 147 as the following:

    • The crew's spatial disorientation while flying in a traffic pattern near a larger aircraft in foggy weather conditions. Which resulted in an uncontrolled descent and impact with the ground. Contributing factors (1)- The lack of new technology on board the aircraft, and... (2) The possible failure of the Altitude Indicator due to water leakage.

     
  20. tsunamidrew

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    Air West Virginia 37



    (The plane involved taken three years before the crash)



    Operator: Air West Virginia
    Date: May 4th,1982
    Site: Roane County,Tennessee,U.S.A (Two Miles from Kingston)
    Summary: En Flight Fire from Engine Failure
    Aircraft: North American B-25 Mitchell
    Registration: A8MO7A-2
    Crew: 3
    Passengers:11
    Survivors:0
    Fatalities: 14 (All) (2 died before Crash)
    Injuries (Non Fatal):-----
    Nature: Domestic Passenger
    Phase: Mid-Flight
    Departure Airport: Meigs County Regional Airport,Tennessee,U.S.A
    Destination Airport:Grant County Airport,West Virginia,U.S.A
    Damage: Destroyed
    Flight Number: 37

    Summary:
    On May 4th,1982 Air West Virginia Flight 37 was flying over Roane County,Tennessee,U.S.A with a Destination of Grant County Airport in West Virginia,U.S.A after taking off from Meigs County Regional Airport in nearby Meigs County. On Board were Captain Melissa Curtis,61, with 3,300 hours, First Officer David Workman,32, With 2,934 Hours and Flight Navigator Jennifer Westervelt, 27, With 139 Hours, All hired for Air West Virginia Around 1976-1980, Also on Board are 11 Passengers, consisting 7 Elementary Students, 2 Teachers, A Parent Volunteer and an Austrian Woman who wasn't part of the group . The Students of Richard Hill Elementary School decided to go by plane for their Field Trip to Monongahela National Park. Two Hours Prior a Junkers Ju52 also operated by Air West Virginia took off with 12 Students,3 Teachers and 4 Crew. Suddenly the engine started failing and 20 seconds later the Engine Caught Fire. Captain Curtis attempts to Contact Kingston Regional Airport ATC about the incident but to no avail. The fire spread to the Passenger Area where it's starts to become smoky. It was Believed that two Students Keith Saris,11 and Calvin Rinkel,8 died from smoke inhalation while the plane was in the air. Captain Curtis decides to turn off engine power to stop spread of the fire. The Smoke and fire made her hard to see and the plane crashes in Roane County,Tennessee, Two Miles from the City of Kingston. All on Board were killed. Two Witnesses Then tried to help but to find everyone dead




    According to Evidence,Eye Witnesses and The CVR Recording:

    The reason the Engines failed and started to go on fire was because the engines suffered oil leaks which ignited both engines spreading to the rest of the plane

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    #180 tsunamidrew, Apr 22, 2019
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