This Day In Wrecks
1933: An Imperial Airways flight bound for Croyden crashes near Diiksmuide, Belgium after catching fire. All 15 people aboard the Argosy II Aircraft, named City of Liverpool, are killed, including a man who fell or leapt from the plane before it went down. Speculation would later arise that this man, Dr. Albert Voss, was a drug smuggler and had sabotaged the plane while trying to escape arrest.
There are some fantastic scans of newspaper articles pertaining to the crash on this site.