WATCH: Two planes collide in mid-air at Dallas Air Show


Two planes crashed into the sky Saturday afternoon during the Wings Over Dallas air show at the Dallas Executive Airport, the Dallas Fire Department confirmed.

The planes collided at 1:25 p.m. local time and air show participants quickly uploaded videos of the crash to social media.

For example:

As attendees watched the air show from different areas, they caught multiple angles of the crash. A large cloud of black smoke formed after the two planes collided.

Language warning:

“What? No,” shocking a witness said when the crash happened.

An aircraft in the crash was first identified as a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) later revealed that the other aircraft was a Bell P-63 Kingcobra. It is not yet known how many people were on the plane when they collided or if there were any injuries.

the FAA issued the following statement:

A Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and a Bell P-63 Kingcobra collided at about 1:20 p.m. local time Saturday during the Wings Over Dallas Airshow at Dallas Executive Airport in Texas. It is currently unknown how many people were on both planes. The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate. The NTSB is in charge of the investigation and will provide additional updates. After investigators verify the aircraft’s registration numbers on the spot, the FAA will release them (usually the next business day) on this webpage. On this webpage you can look up the aircraft by their registration numbers. Neither agency identifies people involved in aircraft accidents.

David Sentendrey of TBEN 4 News from Dallas shared a photo of a photographer capturing one of the planes after the crash.

The Commemorative Air Force, an organization dedicated to preserving World War II aircraft at the Dallas Executive Airport, hosts the Wings Over Dallas aircraft show, the Dallas Morning News reported. Saturday was to be the second of three days of events held over the Veterans’ Day weekend, but inclement weather forced the organizers to cancel Friday’s events.

Debris from the collision ended up on nearby Highway 67, which closed both northbound and southbound lanes after the crash.

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