Superstition Mountains Plane Crash In Arizona Caught On Webcam
The horrific plane crash that took place on Superstition Mountains in Arizona on November 24th was caught on film by an individual who eventually posted it on Youtube.
The blurry video shows an impressive fireball at Superstition Mountains at around 6:30 p.m. which later was discovered to be a twin-engine plane that had crashed in the area.
The accident took the lives of six people who were traveling to Safford, Arizona in order to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Among the dead are pilots Russell Hardy, Shawn Perry who owned an aviation company, his three children Morgan, 9, Logan, 8, Luke Perry, 6 and Joseph Hardwick an aircraft mechanic who was set to get married on December 16, 2011.
Experts believe that the extreme darkness of the night caused the aircraft to miss clearing the peak of the rugged mountain and eventually smashing to the grounds.