CRASHED AIR FRANCE FLIGHT 358 AERIAL VIEW Aerial pan across burned out wreckage of Air France Flight 358. Investigators survey the damage. The plane burst into flames after skidding off the end of a runway and into a nearby ravine while landing at Toronto Pearson International Airport during a thunderstom. The crash has been called a miracle because all 309 people on board survived.
Date: August 3, 2005 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:31:00, No Audio
CRASHED AIR FRANCE FLIGHT 358 AERIAL VIEW - 1 Overhead shot of downed Air France flight 358. Only its nose, wings and tail remain relatively untouched by the fire that swept through the plane after a crash landing in Toronto. The nose of the plane rests just a few feet from Etobikoke Creek.
Date: August 3, 2005 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:13:00, No Audio
CRASHED AIR FRANCE FLIGHT 358 AERIAL VIEW - 2 Aerial shots of burned wreckage and a hole in the left wing of crashed Air France flight 358. Zoom out for a dramatic overhead shot of the entire plane resting by Etobikoke Creek at the bottom of the ravine where the plane stopped after skidding off its runway during a failed landing.
Date: August 3, 2005 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:25:00, No Audio
CRASHED AIR FRANCE FLIGHT 358 AERIAL VIEW - 3 A lone ambulance sits at the end of runway 24L at Toronto Pearson International Airport; skid marks visible in the turf beyond the runway. Air France Flight 358 overshot 24L before crashing into a nearby ravine. Other aerial shots zoom in and out on the wreckage of the plane.
Date: August 3, 2005 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:27:00, No Audio
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