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B-17 “Nine-o-Nine”: ATC Audio Released from Before and After Crash

LiveATC.com has publicized audio containing communications between the Air Traffic Control and B-17 “Nine-o-Nine” (N93012) prior to the crash. The audio reveals that the crew of B-17 “Nine-o-Nine” (identified as N93012 on the audio) asked for an immediate landing. Flight records from FlightAware show that 909 had flown about eight miles and reached an altitude …

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B-17 “Nine-o-Nine” Crash: Aftermath Video & Names Released

A B-Roll video has been released by NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) investigators surveying the scene at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut after the crash of B-17 “Nine-o-Nine”. UPDATE: ATC AUDIO TAPE RELEASED FROM BEFORE AND AFTER THE CRASH! NTSB is currently investigating the crash of B-17 (N93012) “Nine-o-Nine” that crashed at the Bradley International …

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WWII-era B-17 “Nine-O-Nine” Crashed: 7 fatalities

On October 2, 2019, the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress “Nine-O-Nine”, which was privately owned by the Collings Foundation, crashed at the  Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, Connecticut, United States around 10 a.m. Seven of the thirteen people on board were killed, and six were injured. Another airport employee whom ran to the wreckage to help pull …

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