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Relative Positions of Burnt-out Wreckage

Relative Positions of Burnt-out Wreckage Disasters Famous Historical Events STEM Tragedies and Triumphs

Accident investigators pieced together the relative locations of the burnt-out wreckage from both planes. 

Only the port wing of the Pan Am 747 remained somewhat intact.


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This drawing, from Air Disaster (Volume 1) by Macarthur Job and Matthew Tesch (page 177), depicts the wreckage sites. 

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