Wednesday, July 13, 2011

P-51 Mustang Lost at Air Show

Post Supplied by: Bill Bishop

A pilot had a miracle escape July 11, 2011 when he bailed out of his Second World War plane after a mid-air collision at an airshow.

Thousands of people watched as the P-51 Mustang plane clipped wings at the annual display show and plummeted to the ground south-west of the former World War Two RAF Duxford base in Cambridgeshire, yesterday.

Pilot Rob Davies parachuted to safety following the mid-air accident at the Flying Legends show which happened after three planes had formed a triangle in the sky.

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