Crew seriously injured while two airplanes collided on ground
What happens in this video ?
May 10th 2005 - The crew of the DC-9-51 reported loss of right hydraulic system fluid quantity during the climb to cruise after takeoff from Columbus, Ohio. Upon landing at
Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport, the plane cleared the runway and began the taxi to its gate. Shortly thereafter, the crew reported that a total
loss of steering and braking occurred. The aircraft impacted the right wing of Northwest A319, which was pushing back off gate. Both cockpit crew members
aboard the DC-9 were seriously injured; the remaining passengers on both aircraft were uninjured.
Click here to see the photos shot after the accident.