# Plane crash
A Fiery Midair Collision Between Planes That Horrified the World
The world's deadliest mid-air collision between planes occurred on November 12, 1996, over the village of Charkhi Dadri in India. The planes involved in the crash were Saudi Arabian (Saudia) Flight 763, a Boeing 747 en route from Delhi to Dhahran in Saudi Arabia, and Kazhakstan Airlines Flight 1907 which was inbound from Chimkent, Kazhakstan.
A Horrifying Aircraft Disaster That Shook the World Involved Two Jumbo Jets
The deadliest disaster in aviation history occurred on March 27, 1977, on the Spanish island of Tenerife. It involved two Boeing 747s, KLM Flight 4085 and PanAm Flight 1736 which resulted in 583 deaths. Only 61 passengers were able to make it out of the fiery crash alive.
California Mother Killed In A Plane Crash
Several people, including a California mother of two high school students and her pilot buddy, perished in an aircraft accident near San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge on Friday.
From Near Death to Superstar: Texas Resident Kechi Okwuchi Reveals All in Her New Memoir
The name “Kechi” (pronounced Ketchee) may not be new to some people, as she finished 6th overall on the popular show, America’s Got Talent, in 2017. Which contestant was she? She was the one with the voice of an angel that had burn scars all over her face and body, which was evidence of her strength and her earlier life. She even got a “Golden Buzzer” from Simon Cowell when she returned for America’s Got Talent: The Champions in 2019. Clearly, many people saw past the scars.
Queen City Roundup 2/16: Meck Co. to vote on mask mandate, NC lawmakers talk Medicaid expansion, 8 die in plane crash
(Maskmedicare Shop/Unsplash) (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) Happy hump day, Charlotte! You're halfway through the week and Mecklenburg County may be through with its mask mandate, with a vote expected at Wednesday's commissioner's meeting. Today's Roundup also has the story of possible Medicaid expansion in North Carolina, with lawmakers set to begin discussing increasing care coverage on Friday.
Chicago O'Hare Plane Crash Caused by Plane Sucking Luggage Cart Into Engine After Losing Control on Snowy Runway
China Airlines cargo plane is severely damaged during crash at Chicago O'Hare airport after freak accident during major snowstorm. A China Airlines cargo plane suffered serious engine damage during a major snowstorm at Chicago O'Hare airport. The plane skidded off course on the slippery tarmac which put it proximity of a luggage cart which was sucked into one of it's engines. It then hit another baggage container as it attempted to make a turn. This accident led to at least one of the engines shutting down. The plane then crashed into another one, as it attempted to make a turn.