USAF TF-100F collided with a United Airlines DC-7 southwest of Las Vegas on April 21,1958





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Published on May 10, 2012

Crash Site Visitation. On April 21, 1958 a USAF North American Aviation TF-100F 56-3755 collided with a United Airlines Douglas DC-7 N6328C southwest of Las Vegas Nevada. All forty-seven passengers and crew aboard the DC-7 and both pilots in the TF-100F were killed. The TF-100F was flying out of Nellis AFB, NV engaged in a routine training mission at the time of the accident, and the United DC-7 was en route from Los Angeles to New York City with stops at Denver, Kansas City and Washington DC. The visibility at the time of the accident was over thirty miles, with a possible military controller error as a factor.

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