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America: A horrific accident occurred at the beach air show, two historic military planes collided

In this regard, the Air Force says that all 6 people present in both the planes died.

In a major accident during the ongoing air show in Dallas, USA, two historic military aircraft of the era of World War II collided in the air. This collision was so fierce that after the collision, they turned into balls of fire. Horrifying videos of this accident are going viral on social media. The incident happened around 1:20 pm on Saturday. In this regard, the Air Force says that all 6 people present in both the planes died.

Videos are going viral on social media

Let us tell you that the two aircraft that collided in this accident were Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and Bell P-63 Kingcobra. In the video going viral on social media, it can be seen that during the air show, a plane comes very fast and collides with another plane. After this, some pieces of both the planes are seen falling in the air. As soon as the planes fall on the earth, there is an explosion immediately and smoke is visible all around. At the same time, the people present there could not believe for a long time what happened in front of their eyes!

Cause of accident not yet known

The Federal Aviation Administration said – 2 planes used during the Second World War crashed in this accident. One of these is the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and the other is the Bell P-63 Kingcobra. At present, there is no information about the cause of the accident. Our investigative agency and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the accident. In this regard, Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson said that the videos of the accident are heartbreaking. The mayor said the National Transportation Safety Board, with the help of the local police and fire department, had taken control of the crash site.

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