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World War II Plane Crashes In US


  • Kills At Least 7

UNITED STATED - No fewer than seven persons were on Wednesday (yesterday) killed in the United States (US), when a World War II plane crashed.

The World War II bomber carrying 13 passengers and crew crashed at an airport in the northeastern US state of Connecticut.

Specifically, the Boeing B-17 aircraft, which was deployed against Germany and Japan, by the US Air Force crashed at Bradley International Airport while trying to land at around 10:00 am (1400 GMT).

A Connecticut state disaster emergency official, James Rovella, informed during a press conference that there had been fatalities but added it was too early to say the exact number.

According to him, “Burn victims are very difficult to identify. 

"We don’t want to make a mistake.”

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