: Another 'Bus bites the dust...



Playdrv4me
08-02-05, 07:21 PM
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20050802/ap_on_re_ca/canada_plane_crash

Seems it was a MIRACLE no one was injured based on preliminary reports!

They can blame it on the storm or whatever they want, I am really getting stinking tired of seeing Airbus craft crashing. Im sure Airbus will end up blaming this on pilot error somehow like they always do instead of owning up to the fact that their overcomplicated bucket of bolts turns into a flying can opener if it loses power or gets picky about the pilot's input....

mccombie_5
08-02-05, 07:41 PM
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20050802/ap_on_re_ca/canada_plane_crash

Seems it was a MIRACLE no one was injured based on preliminary reports!

They can blame it on the storm or whatever they want, I am really getting stinking tired of seeing Airbus craft crashing. Im sure Airbus will end up blaming this on pilot error somehow like they always do instead of owning up to the fact that their overcomplicated bucket of bolts turns into a flying can opener if it loses power or gets picky about the pilot's input....

Its a wonder nobody was hurt.......:nono:

RBraczyk
08-02-05, 08:13 PM
I thought a crapload of people died. Its crazy that they escaped those flames.

Ralph
08-02-05, 08:55 PM
That was all there was for news on tv at super time. They had some guy's first hand account as he got off the plane, and he said all the lights went out as they were landing and they saw fire outside so everybody was in quite a panic, etc.

Stoneage_Caddy
08-02-05, 10:08 PM
i wonder how many greyhoun buses crash vs how many air buses , cuz im thinking its about the same number ...they should really call them yard darts

Elvis
08-03-05, 02:37 PM
My birthday (8/2) is a bad day for plane crashes.

1947--disappearance of the Stardust in the Andes
1979--Thurman Munson
1985--Delta 191 (Dallas)
2005--Toronto