Acidente no show aéreo de Dallas, dois aviões colidem durante o show aéreo do Dia dos Veteranos em Dallas

Two World War II planes collided in mid-air at an air show in Dallas on Saturday, turning the Veterans Day celebration into a frightening event, officials said.

A Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and a Bell P-63 Kingcobra plane crashed around 1:20 p.m. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, local time. The accident occurred during the Wings Over Dallas Air Show at Dulles Executive Airport, about 10 miles south of downtown Dallas.

Videos posted online showed the fast and nimble aircraft colliding with a larger plane as frightened onlookers watched. Leigh Block, vice president of marketing for Memorial Air Force, the group behind the air show, could not confirm how many people were involved in the crash or casualties, but said the Kingcobra was a single-seater and the Flying Fortress may have been on board four or five people were on board. Commemorative Air Force restores and preserves World War II fighter planes

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