“The remains of the tail section of USAir flight 1016 is tangled within utility pole wires and shows a burnt section after a crash landing Saturday, July 2, 1994, near the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, N.C. The jet crashed while trying to land in a thunderstorm, killing 22 of the 56 people aboard. The jet's tail section slammed into a house with five people inside and caught fire.”
“The remains of the tail section of USAir flight 1016 is tangled within utility pole wires and shows a burnt section after a crash landing Saturday, July 2, 1994, near the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, N.C. The jet crashed while trying to land in a thunderstorm, killing 22 of the 56 people aboard. The jet's tail section slammed into a house with five people inside and caught fire.” Craig Bell Gaston Gazette
“The remains of the tail section of USAir flight 1016 is tangled within utility pole wires and shows a burnt section after a crash landing Saturday, July 2, 1994, near the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, N.C. The jet crashed while trying to land in a thunderstorm, killing 22 of the 56 people aboard. The jet's tail section slammed into a house with five people inside and caught fire.” Craig Bell Gaston Gazette