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Two week old CRJ collides with bus at O'hare.

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http://www.airdisaster.com/photos/n681br/1.jpghttp://www.airdisaster.com/photos/n681br/photo.shtmlanother good one, mech driven this timehttp://www.airdisaster.com/photos/n528xj/1.jpghttp://www.airdisaster.com/photos/n528xj/3.jpgThe aircraft crashed while attempting a go-around after an unstable landing approach in a winter storm. The First Officer, who was flying, pitched the aircraft up excessively during the go-around, leading to a stall and loss of control.Probably a 250 hour pilot in the right seat.http://www.airdisaster.com/photos/c-fski/1.jpg

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Guest Skedflyer

I though when you said "bus" you ment Airbus :-eek , I think I got to get my head out of the clouds. lol

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I was onboard a 737-300 (the last passenger off the plane) in Jackson Hole several years ago, when a baggage loader collided with the plane. Lifted the right mains off the ground, and felt almost like I was in a rear-ender. I never found any FAA report about the incident, but it was serious enough that they had to ferry the aircraft back to Denver, with the pilots on oxygen. I think these mishaps are fairly frequent.BTW, if this thread "disappears", don't worry that it was deleted. It's a bit O/T, so it's possible it will get moved to Hangar Chat.-John

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Guest GrahamB

Actually the F/O on the ACA plane had over 3000 hrs, the captain 11,000. Anyway, sh#$ happens.

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