Flights From Tampa To Miami - Northwest Flight 225
Flights From Tampa To Miami
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Plane Flies Over Crash Site 1959.Another airplane flies low over the crash site of the TWA plane at 64th and Kilpatrick that crashed into homes killing all the crew on board and residents who were sleeping in their beds November 24, 1959. 37 Fatalities. Lockheed Electra N137US operated on Northwest flight 706 from Milwaukee to Miami (MIA) with intermediate stops at Chicago, Tampa and Fort Lauderdale. After a crew change at Chicago the plane taxied to runway 14R at 08:55 and was cleared for takeoff. Between the 8,000 and the 9,000-foot runway marker the aircraft was observed to commence an apparently coordinated right turn with a slowly increasing rate of bank. When the bank angle was 30 to 45 degrees, the crew made a short, garbled transmission. Immediately thereafter, at a bank angle of 50 to 60 degrees, the aircraft began to lose altitude. The maximum altitude attained in the entire turn was 200 to 300 feet. The right wing struck powerlines adjacent to the Chicago Northwestern Railroad tracks, severing the lines at an angle of about 70 degrees from the horizontal. It then contlnued in a direction of about 271 degrees magnetic and, when in a bank of about 85 degrees and a nose-down attitude of about 10 degrees, the right wing of the aircraft struck the railroad embankment. Continuing to roll about its longitudinal axis, the aircraft cartwheeled, the nose crarshing into the ground 380 feet beyond the point of first impact, and landed right side up. It then slid tail first another 820 feet. The aircraft disintegrated throughout its path. PROBABLE CAUSE: "Mechanical failure in the aileron primary control system due to an improper replacement of the aileron boost assembly, resulting in a loss of lateral control of the aircraft at an altitude too low to effect recovery." (aviation-safety.net)
Horrible Electra Crash Kills All 1961.of the Northwest Airlines Electra II plane crash site where thirty-two passengers,including a mother and her four young children, and the crew of five died as the Florida-Bound flight ended in a muddy field southwest of O'Hare International Airport within a minute after take-off. There were no survivors. The flight originated in Milwaukee, Wis. It was bound for Tampa, Fort Lauderdale and Miami, Fla., with a stop at Chicago where it took on 24 passengers. At 8:56 a. m. (EST) the big ship took off in perfect weather. A minute later it had crashed disintegrated and burned. Alfred M. Coutu, 35, a disabled Korean War veteran and factory worker from Waukegan, Ill., saw the tragic crash which killed his wife and four children. Coutu escorted his wife, Joyce, 29, and their children, three boys and a girl, all under five, aboard the plane for a flight to Tampa to visit Mrs. Coutu's parents. Coutu then went to the observation deck to watch the take-off. From there he witnessed the crash. Witnesses said the prop-jet Electra reached an altitude of several hundred feet, then faltered and appeared to lose power. Its right wing dipped almost vertically as it made a right turn, plunging toward the ground. The plane cut through high tension wires, hit a 35-foot high railroad embankment, bounced into the air, then crashed into a pumpkin field just west of the airport.(gendisasters) Sept 17, 1961