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Flight 673 after it ran off the runway during an aborted takeoff (that's what is being reported) due to a compressor stall. Fortunately none of the three crew members were injured and the plane wasn't damaged. To give you an idea of the accident, the plane is sitting sideways on 17L in this picture. Sorry for the quality but it's as close as I could get and I shot it through a fence.


Nikon D50

Sigma 70-300mmD

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Comments (4)
Posted by Bob Leask on August 15, 2006

know the 'through the fence' feeling......... that first one of JTQ was the same ;-)

Posted by Ryan Davis on August 02, 2006

Nice work Jordan...not a shabby photographer my friend =).

Posted by Andy Marks-Manx Air Pix on July 27, 2006

Nicely caught Jordan, well done!!

Posted by GSPGUY on July 27, 2006

This accident was on our local news station today in SC and it was reported to be engine failure that the crew found and aborted the takeoff.

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