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[DPRG] A300 AIRBUS crash

Subject: [DPRG] A300 AIRBUS crash
From: Ralph Tenny rten at metronet.com
Date: Tue Nov 13 09:59:45 CST 2001

Yes -- I agree. I hadn't heard about the tail section -- I presume this
was yet another crash site? All I've seen on TV is recovery of a section
of wing from the water. 

And, the official story is that the black boxes reveal no (recorded)
reason for the crash.

Would either black box record separation of pieces of airframe?

The more I hear, the more I'm convinced of sabotage.

On Tue, 13 Nov 2001, Mike McCarty wrote:

> On Mon, 12 Nov 2001, Ralph Tenny wrote:
> > In case anyone hasn't heard, an airliner outbound from Kennedy airport
> > crashed into a residential area in Queens, N. Y.
> > 
> > There was a report of an on-board explosion and both engines separated
> > from the airframe, giving three impact area with fires at only two sites.
> > Ralph
> The tail section separated first, then one of the engines, then the
> other. This was at low speed. It is extremely unusual for a plane to
> break up at low speed. There are not particularly any forces on the
> tail section.
> I find this to be a very suspicious "event".
> Mike
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