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Video that shows a plane crash at JundiaĆ­ Airport. One of the engines went, and the pilot attempted to
land the aircraft which seemed to have stalled the right wing, turning
over and crashing right before the threshold.

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Added: Apr-21-2012 
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  • Brutal! In case anyone is wondering what they are saying:

    - Oh shit, he's a goner/won't make it (right before the crash)
    - Oh no! (plane stalls)
    - Holy f*ck, man! (plane explodes)
    - Let's go, let's go (in the background)
    - F*ck, I have just talked to him!
    - Did you get that on film?

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  • The pilot overshot the runway so he used his right rudder & aileron to get back on the center line of the runway. This resulted in what is known a skid to the right. Also, caused the airplane to yaw and roll (coupled) into the same direction. When you are you uncoordinated + stalled and get yourself into a skid you are vulnerable into getting into a spin vs if you were in a slip. So the pilot stalled the aircraft in a skid, which resulted in a spin. He only got into the incipient phase of More..

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    • @category It probably mostly had to do with going below Vmca, which is the minimum controllable speed one can fly with on one engine, specifically the "critical engine" (those who would like can google it). Amongst other things, the airflow from the working engine helps the related wing to create more lift and the dead-engine side wing will stall first, causing a spin as seen in the video.

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    • @reverse_view

      VMCA speed is your direction control (heading). It has nothing to do with your stall speed. Your VMCA increases if you bank toward inop engine. In this video he clearly got into a Spin the last second.. In order to spin an aircraft you HAVE to Stall it first....

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    • @category
      So to put things simply - if you're flying a plane, don't fuck around.

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    • @reverse_view

      Corrrrrrect!

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  • oh man.
    it doesn't look like anyone's going to be walking away from that one

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  • Skidded turn on final
    -The pilot push the right rudder very hard, he overshot to the runway
    -The right wing stall , it lost lift

    COORDINATED TURN AND Stabilized Approaches, always!!!!!

    Sorry for my English!!

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  • Brazil is like the Russia of the West, sure there are beautiful places, some nice people, a lot of potential but rules and laws are mere suggestions.

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  • Last comments were: "Puta merda cara, acabei de falar com o cara" = "Holy shit/oh fuck dude, I had just talked to the guy". The aircraft was a Beech Aircraft C90 with two crew on board. According to the news the plane had had technical problems and performed some maintenance at the small airport. The pilot was taking the plane on a test flight and it occurred shortly after takeoff.

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  • he hit a tree

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    • @earnhardtfanthree
      Good eye! I think you're right.
      Too fast to be a stall.

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    • @earnhardtfanthree I don't believe he hit a tree, if he had, the plane would have spiraled into a flat spin, he became inverted. If he had made contact with something on the ground, the crash would be more like the Iowa jet crash, where the plane cartwheels and spins, the momentum would keep the plane going in the same general direction. This plane inverted and nose dived into the ground.
      God bless the dead.

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    • @WICKED_ONE yeah you're right :)

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  • It was a stall, not a broken wing or anything like that. If you are at that speed and in a turn that low, you CANNOT bank that hard right or left. The right wing lost all lift, while the left wing still had plenty. If you take lift away from a low wing like that you turn over almost instantly. I have done it at altitude where you can recover. This is one way a roll is able to be performed for a stunt...just not 30' above the ground. Sad.

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  • I guess im the only one in liveleak who is not an aviator lol

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  • RIP

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  • That's sad, i feel sorry for anyone who died and their families..

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  • I love when these videos come out, everyone and their brother tries to explain to us what happened in the film. Fucking aeronautical engineers I tell you.

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  • RIP

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  • Kinda just 'snap' flips?
    R.I.P

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  • tell me why that it happens ALL the time when something occurs, at that pinnacle moment, the camera swerves away??????????

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  • Plane Crash footage always make me sad... RIP.

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  • Idiot. His right engine dies at a low altitude, and the pilot commits suicide by trying to make very tight right traffic for a quickie landing back on the runway. Fuck that. He would have been far better off finding a relatively clear spot straight ahead and doing his best. Ah, well; at least it was over in a hurry...

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    • @Pettit10000

      Good point, that engine had effectively become just a very heavy dead weight, once lift was lost by trying to swing the plane to the right gravity instantly took over.

      .

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  • R.I.P

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  • RIP to all those that perished

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  • Brazil? Hope there were not any girls on that plane because Brazilian girls are really hot!!!!!

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  • Daaaaaamn. Almost there.

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  • You can turn the sirens off buddy, everyones dead.

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  • It went below Vmca and there is no chance of survivors when an aircraft does that,
    "Vmca: is the minimum speed at which directional control can be maintained with the critical engine inoperative."

    and in largish twin engine planes like that it can be quite a fast speed, once you go below it, it flips just like that.

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    • @jhar88 What should he have done? Shut down the 2nd engine, or increased his approach speed? I'm not rated for multi-engine so I've never had that training.

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    • @tincross
      No I am pretty sure one engine was already failed from this description. Vmca is a minimum control speed below that speed the rudder cant offset the yaw by the failed engine and the plane rolls/stalls like that. I can't really say what he should have done as I dont know the full details but maintain speed at all costs, just like a single if you stall its all over , just that speed is a lot faster in a twin. Anyway thanks for your reply.

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    • @brakesnotbreaksdumbass
      You my Sir qualify for some Vitamin G!

      Gay Foooo!!!

      By the way I love YMCA, I just wish it was called GayMCA!

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  • R.I.P

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