Fighter Planes Collide at Duxford Air Show

An inquiry has begun after two classic US fighter planes collided during an air display show in Cambridgeshire. One of the planes, thought to be a P-51 Mustang, plummeted to the ground after their wings touched, forcing the pilot to parachute to safety. The pilot of the other plane, a Skyraider, went on to land safely, after the military aircraft took to the air during the Flying Legends show. No-one was injured in the accident during the show, near Duxford.


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