At least six people died after two World War II-era planes collided with each other during an airshow in Dallas, officials said Sunday.
Video footage showed the two planes hitting each other in mid-air before both crashed at the Wings Over Dallas event Saturday. A Bell P-63 KingCobra and a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress were involved in the collision, officials said.
“Authorities will continue working today on the investigation & identification of the deceased. Please pray for their families and all involved,” Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said Sunday.
The Dallas County Medical Examiner confirmed there “are a total of 6 fatalities from yesterday’s Wings over Dallas air show incident,” Jenkins also wrote Sunday….
Source: The Epoch Times
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