Plane Crash: Collision of TWA 42 vs. EAL 853 (1965
|Birthname||TWA Flight 42 vs. Eastern Air Lines Flight 853|
|born on||4 December 1965 at 16:18 (= 4:18 PM )|
|Place||Carmel, New York, 41n26, 73w41|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||12°32' 24°06 Asc. 11°56'|
The 1965 Carmel mid-air collision occurred on December 4, 1965 when Eastern Air Lines Flight 853 (N6218C), a Lockheed Super Constellation en route from Boston Logan International Airport to Newark International Airport, collided in mid-air with Trans World Airlines Flight 42 (N748TW), a Boeing 707-131B en route from San Francisco International Airport to John F. Kennedy International Airport, over Carmel, New York, United States.
TWA Flight 42 made an emergency landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport, while Eastern Air Lines Flight 853 was forced to make a crash landing on Hunt Mountain near Danbury, Connecticut. Three passengers died, plus the Constellation's pilot, Captain Charles J. White, who had returned to the aircraft's cabin to help the last passenger.
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