posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 08:08 PM
A REAL AIRPLANE CRASH! Did you see pieces like this at the Flight 93 crash site?
Wow you found some pictures of an aircraft crash. Guess what
not all crashes are alike. A plane hitting at low speed and shallow
angle such as during takeoff/landing accident will leave large pieces
Flight 93 was not such a crash - it hit at 500 knots (580mph) rolled on
its back with a steep nose down angle . An impact like this will smash
the aircraft in small fragments and leave such pieces scattered over
Here are some pictures of Flight 93 wreckage
piece of fuselage
bin of aircraft wreckage from Flight 93
Here is another crash - one which I have first hand knowledge. It crashed
down the street from me. Walked crash scene marking body parts
Hit nose down at 350mph - not much left, biggest part was 2 x 3 ft section
of tail fin, piece of landing gear flew 75 yards and hit parked car
Four people, two crew members and two passengers, were believed by Federal investigators and the police to have been aboard the Lear 35 jet. The
police could not confirm the number, or identities, of the victims ''We're dealing with body parts, not bodies,'' Chief Joseph Ranney said.
''Identification will be very difficult.'' Airplane parts were scattered in small pieces throughout the site on Garrett Mountain. Flames Higher
At the site, at Rifle Camp Road and Washington Drive near the Great Notch Reservoir, Federal, police and fire investigators sifted through the
remains. The parts of the plane were scattered beneath trees, shrubs and rocks, and the smell of jet fuel permeated the air. The residents of nearby
homes and the condomnium complex said the explosion rattled their homes and the flames lighted the early morning sky.
Looked lot like Flight 93 crash scene....