Planes Trains And Automobiles DOOM! 10+ DEAD ANKARA TRAIN WRECK ....Up Next.....AUTO PLANE BUS DOOM!
Another DOOM event involving a Train
Automobiles i.e. Bus
13 DECEMBER 2018
7 DEAD ANKARA TRAIN WRECK
A crash involving a high-speed train at a station in the Turkish capital Ankara has killed at least nine people and injured 47, Turkey's transport minister has said. Images from the scene showed emergency services working to rescue people from badly damaged carriages. Reports quoting local officials said the high-speed train had collided with another train, then an overpass. The accident occurred at about 06:30 local time (03:30 GMT). Source
Ten members of American Airlines #AA728 crew were taken to hospital after emergency landing in Boston due to burning smell in cabin
Ten members of the American Airlines crew were taken to hospital after the jet made an unplanned landing at Boston’s Logan Airport on Sunday night. The busy plane had set off earlier off from Philadelphia bound for London Heathrow. Reports in the US say the concerned cockpit crew deployed their own oxygen masks during the “medical emergency.” The pilot reportedly advised ground crews in Boston “declaring a medical emergency, we have sick passengers, sick flight attendants… We have three pilots up front, we’re all A-OK.” American Airlines said after the incident: “Flight 728 from Philadelphia to London Heathrow diverted to Boston after a possible odour was reported in the cabin. The aircraft, an Airbus A330-300 with 154 passengers and a crew of 12 landed safely at 11.48pm and taxied to the gate. Ten of the 12 crew members asked to be transported to a…
Was this the busiest day in aviation history? Flight tracking app registers over 225,000 aircraft in the skies on Wednesday
Wednesday may have been one of the busiest days in aviation history.
Flight tracking app Flightradar24 said it registered over 225,000 aircraft in the skies on that day - the most it had ever recorded in a single day.
The figure is made up of every flight the app managed to trace and includes commercial flights, cargo planes, helicopters, gliders and private jets. However, Flightradar24 has only been tracking flights since 2006 and isn't the official supplier of air traffic data, so whether Wednesday was a record-breaker is open to debate. To illustrate just how busy the skies were on Wednesday, Flightradar24 released a snapshot of its world map graphic from that day, which was swarming with plane icons.
The majority of the flights were clustered over the United States, Europe and South East Asia. Source
Award-winning local Fox anchor, 53, is killed along with her pilot after stunt plane they were flying in for a story crashes near a New Orleans airportA New Orleans TV journalist and the pilot of a small plane have been killed after their aircraft went down Friday in a field near a city airport. WVUE-TV confirms that Nancy Parker, a reporter and anchor at the television station for 23 years, was killed in the crash near Lakefront Airport, which accommodates smaller aircraft. The station said the 53-year-old journalist was shooting a story in a stunt plane when it crashed. Veteran stunt pilot Franklin J.P. Augustus was also killed. Fox 8 anchor Lee Zurik choked back tears as he announced Parker's death on air and said his colleague was on the plane 'doing what she loved, telling a story'. Source