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The US AIR flight in the Hudson River

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#1 boopme


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Posted 01 February 2009 - 01:06 AM

They drove the fuselage down a main street near my home today. I click a few with my celly. It was pretty surreal to watch a plane drive by.

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Posted 02 February 2009 - 05:44 AM

Aww they ripped it up. I was really hoping they would have just got it out of the water and re upholster the interior and repair the damage to the engine and get a new one for the lost engine. I would have loved to see that particular jet be refurbished and back in service.. The pilot did such a wonderful job saving the jet and getting everyone out with injury. I would really like to see what the blackbox information had in it. I know it was a bird that caused it. However I would have liked to see the control changes and conversation between the pilot and co-pilot. Maybe a whole lot of bleeps in there haha. Thanks for posting these pics Boopme. They are truly a one and a lifetime see, haha Not everyday a full size airbus rolls by the house.
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