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Tail Section Of Red Wing's Plane Broke Off In Crash, December 29, 2012, Vnukovo Airport, Moscow

paulmichael
post Dec 31 2012, 10:43 AM
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(Note: if there is anyone in the reading audience who is more of an expert on this subject than I, then I welcome correction and criticism.)

ABC News showed the Red Wings jetliner, a model TU-204, which crashed in Russia on December 29, 2012 and which broke apart into three pieces. Of most relevance here is the fact that its tail section broke off.

See video at elapsed time 0:58 at: http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/video/russian-je...t-tape-18091879

or still photo at: http://news.yahoo.com/photos/raw-deadly-ru...-142619320.html

Bear in mind that the Russian plane, equivalent to a B-757 according to Wikipedia, did not crash into a building at 500+ MPH. It crashed into the edge of a highway, most likely into a guard rail, and it busted up. Having slid off the end of the runway, it could not have been going faster that its "slow flight" approach.

Someone rightfully noted that if planes struck the WTC towers (allegedly B-767 models), then their relatively weak tail sections would have broken off and hit the pavement below. This, of course, did not happen on 9/11.

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