SMALL ENGINE AIRPLANE CRASH IN BUILDING A small engine aircraft crashed into a building shortly after takeoff. Aerial of the damage done to the roof while emergency workers on the ground rush survivors to help.
Witnesses recount what they saw to police whle a crane removes the wreckage from the building.
Date: July 31, 1987 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:32:00, No Audio
'MYSTERY' BOMBER TAKES OFF The new bombing plane, built for France by the Douglas company, takes off in Inglewood, California for spectacular speed trials at Mines Field. Experts agree that it's probably the fastest war plane in the air today.
FAST NEW SEAPLANE TESTED A two motored, all-metal flying boat, capable of speeding 250 M.P.H. for more than 10,000 miles, passes tests with flying colors. The seaplane, weighing 25 tons, will carry 52 passengers and a crew of 5 in ocean service.
PILOT LOST AT SEA Thomas H. Smith, daring pilot, takes off from Old Orchard Beach, Maine in a tiny \"Baby Clipper,\" and disappears into the dawn on an attempted flight to Ireland. The last images of the intrepid flier, now given up as lost at sea.
HYDROPLANE TEST FLIGHT A speedy new plane for the U.S. Naval fleet, propelled by a streamlined engine and capable of using floats for landing and take off on water, is given a test flight by H. Lloyd Child, Curtiss Company. The passengers get a great view of Manhattan from their luxurious cabin.
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