Found some wrecked Cadillac’s on the net. The last picture is my 1991 Grey Sedan DeVille. This car is one of my favorites. I had just replace the drivers side headlight the night before because it was cracked, Damn it!
Worst car wreck I was ever involved in was with a Cadillac.
ATLANTIC CITY — The violent crash came without warning just after 2 a.m. on a cloudy and breezy morning off the coast of Atlantic City in 1860.
The Robert J. Walker, a government steamboat surveying the coast, was hit hard by a passing commercial schooner that accidentally ripped a gash in…
At a flight school/aeronautics university in Arizona, there is a crash site investigation lab, which is pretty much an oddly picturesque museum setup, with reconstructed crash sites—blood still on the seats in some cases—along a walking path for students to analyze. I’m considering getting a Masters in Safety Science and was permitted to tour the lab. This is the first wreck I saw.
Doctor tells guy he can’t fly due to a heart condition. Guy ignores doctor. He’s up doing aerobatics, puts it into a flip, and his heart explodes O.O
He of course dies instantly and never finishes the flip, instead nose diving straight into the ground.
"See how the rudder is twisted in front of the cockpit like that? That’s called the Scorpion Effect…nose hits the ground but the tail keeps going. See those earphones? That’s where they found his head."
Info on fatalities and survivors varies at this point.
An Iranian transportation official says 39 people were killed and nine wounded when a regional passenger plane crashed Sunday while taking off from the capital, Tehran.
Deputy Minister of Transportation Ahmad Majidi provided the latest casualty figures in an appearance on state TV. The channel had earlier reported that all 48 people onboard had died.
The Sepahan Air Iran-140 regional plane crashed near Tehran’s Mehrabad airport shortly after takeoff on its way to Tabas, a town in eastern Iran. (AP)
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Debris is seen at the crash site of Air Algerie flight AH5017 near the northern Mali town of Gossi, July 24, 2014. Poor weather was the most likely cause of the crash of an Air Algerie flight in the West African state of Mali that killed all 118 people on board, French officials said. REUTERS/Stringer