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Wing Walker involved in Air Show Plane Crash


A plane carrying a wing walker crashed Saturday as she sat on top of the inverted plane at the Dayton Air Show, CBS Dayton affiliate WHIO-TV reports.


The 450 HP Stearman burst into flames when it hit the ground just before 1 p.m. A fire truck was at the crash site within seconds, and the flames have been extinguished. The conditions of wing walker Jane Wicker and her pilot were unknown.


"All of a sudden I heard screaming and looked up and there was a fireball," Stan Thayer of Wilmington, Ohio, told WHIO-TV.


Shawn Warwick of New Knoxville, Ohio, said he was watching the plane through binoculars.


"I noticed it was upside-down really close to the ground; she was sitting on the bottom of the plane," Warwick told WHIO-TV. "I saw it just go right into the ground and explode."


His wife was getting a drink when the crash happened.


"I came back, and everybody was just in shock," Cara Warwick told the affiliate.


Many spectators were already leaving when show organizers canceled the show for the day at 1:30 p.m.


The show announcer encouraged parents to move children away from the crash scene.


This aviation accident is eerily similar to one that occurred near Lafayette Louisiana Regional Airport involving a wing walker aboard a vintage Stearman aircraft.  Fisher Injury Lawyers lead trial attorney, Bryan D. Fisher, represented the wing walker in the litigation that resulted from that crash.  The pilot and a defendant in the Lafayette case was Earl Cherry of the now defunct Cherry Air.  As with all aviation accidents, timely and thorough investigation of the crash will be the key to success in any litigation resulting from the Dayton event.  Fortunately, air travel and even air show performance aviation is very safe with accidents few and far between.  Likewise, injury attorneys with actual aviation accident experience are few and far between.  When you need a personal injury attorney, whose a proven and experienced trial lawyer.  Call us anytime.  We are here for you.


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Source: CBS News

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