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Boeing 727 Controlled Crash in Desert

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A TV production company have crashed a 170 passenger-capacity Boeing 727 plane into the Mexican desert - for a new show called Curiosity. Nobody was hurt in the staged crash, and the jet was packed with crash test dummies. Cameras were placed inside the plane, on the ground and from the ejecting pilot's helmet to get footage for the programme, which investigates how to make plane crashes "more survivable", reports the Huffington Post.
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Thu, 16 Aug 2012 16:42:38 GMT
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Overall rating of 4 out of 10 with a total of 4 votes.

 

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