In 1960, two passenger planes collided over New York City. One of them landed in the busy neighborhood of Park Slope, Brooklyn. Tom Regan was on the street when it happened and describes the scene. “Why Planes Crash: Collision Course” premieres... watch
Veteran pilot and MSNBC aviation consultant John Cox, and his colleague Thomas Campobasso take the controls of a flight simulator to show what an impending mid-air collision looks like from the pilot’s point of view. “Why Planes Crash: Collision... watch
Ever wonder what it’s like to be involved in a mid-air plane collision? Betty Barrett was aboard a charter jet when it collided with a DC-9 over France. She talks about her experience in the minutes after the accident. “Why Planes Crash: Collision... watch
It’s a big sky…until two planes end up in the same place, at the same time. 37,000 feet above the Amazon, a corporate jet collides with a 737. A mile above New York City, a DC-8 tears into the fuselage of a Lockheed Constellation. Using incredibly... watch
Since 1991, Steve Feltham has been living in his van on the side of Loch Ness in Scotland, where the legendary monster “Nessie” was captured on film more than a half century ago. But despite years beside the lake looking out for the monster, Feltham... watch
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