Two Shorts 360 In Fatal Mid-Air Plane Crash
A pair of Shorts 360 cargo aircraft were involved in a mid-air collision on February 5, 2006, over Juneau, Wisconsin.
The preliminary accident data from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) states that three persons aboard one of the boxy freighters were killed while those on the second plane were not injured.
The plane crash occurred at 23:00 hours local under clear skies, 10 miles visibility and the wind from 310 degrees blowing at 6 knots, according to the FAA.
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