Images of Hudson River Plane Crash on Flickr

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Plane Crash in Hudson River – New York

Photo credit: jimdavidson

It seems impossible that all passengers and crew have survived a plane crash in New York City today. But what a relief to hear that they did. What an experience that these passengers went through and reports were the all passengers came out of the airplane very calm and without their belongings.

A plane that skidded off the runway in Denver and only minor injuries were reported and now this crash in New York City.

It’s amazing that passengers walked away from this.

In addition to this amazing story, citizen journalists are grabbing amazing pictures from the crash site.

Flickr user jimdavidson took this image and has more on Flickr account.

Update: Some more interesting/upsetting photos:

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3 Responses to Images of Hudson River Plane Crash on Flickr

  1. […] Images of Hudson River Plane Crash on Flickr « Jason Rosenberg (jasonrosenberg.wordpress.com) – January 15, 2009This entry was posted on January 15, 2009 at 4:59 pm and is filed under Citizen Journalism, New York, Twitter, flickr. Tagged: Hudson River, Plane Crash, US Air, USAir. You can follow any responses to… […]

  2. ajlouny says:

    I have to agree that the photos that I have looked at so far of the intact airplane in the Hudson is totally awesome. It’s hard to look away, and so many emotions go through my mind on how those people felt through the whole ordeal. Incredible.

  3. coffee says:

    I’m glad no one was hurt in the crash, sounds like the pilot did a great job

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