Planes Trains And Automobiles DOOM! NINE DEAD In Hawaii Skydiving Tragedy + SEVEN Motorcyclists DEAD In Randolph NH After DODGE Truck Plows Into Their Procession....UP NEXT TRAIN DOOM!
DOOM event involving Plane & Auto
Plane and Truck/Motorcycle DOOM on the same day....
NINE dead in Hawaii skydiving tragedy: Plane erupts in flames killing seven passengers and two crew after crashing on takeoff near Oahu airfield - as loved ones waited at the airport
A light aircraft crashed in northern Hawaii killing nine passengers Friday, authorities said. The twin engine King Air plane went down near an airfield on Oahu island's North Shore, according to Hawaii's Department of Transport (HDOT). 'With extreme sadness HDOT reports there were 9 souls on board... with no apparent survivors,' it said on its Twitter account. Honolulu Fire Department Chief Manuel P. Neves confirmed there were no survivors. 'Upon arrival, we saw the plane fully engulfed in fire,' he said at the scene. 'The first crews on scene extinguished the fire.' Neves added that the crash occurred near the perimeter fencing of the airport. He added: 'They're quite a ways away from the runway.' The plane was used in a sky dive operation, and Neves said some family members of those on board waited at the airport for the plane to return. Source
Seven motorcyclists are left dead and three injured in a 'devastating crash' after a Dodge pickup truck plows into their procession along a rural stretch of highway in New Hampshire
Seven motorcyclists are dead and three more are injured following a devastating crash on a New Hampshire highway that left bodies strewn across the tarmac. The tragic incident occurred on Route 2 near the town of Randolph shortly before 6.30pm Friday after a Dodge pick-up truck plowed into the procession of bikes. Witnesses described a 'devastating' scene as bystanders tried to help riders that were peppered along the highway as emergency services rushed to help. Along with the seven dead, state police said two additional people were transported to the Androscoggin Valley Hospital and one was airlifted to Maine Medical. Source