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— — - N370FE operating as FDX910 left mg collapse on 10L landing 28 Oct 2016 1750L (2150Z). Aircraft came to rest appx. 6580 ft down the 9000 ft runway, between Quebec and A4 taxiways.   ARFF call to first foam was 90 seconds (per BCAD).  Crew escaped safely via starboard cockpit line. Underwriters value of a/c estimated at US$10.5M.  Image of FLL crash site predawn from the Hibiscus garage (looking NNW) the morning following the incident.
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N370FE operating as FDX910 left mg collapse on 10L landing 28 Oct 2016 1750L (2150Z). Aircraft came to rest appx. 6580 ft down the 9000 ft runway, between Quebec and A4 taxiways. ARFF call to first foam was 90 seconds (per BCAD). Crew escaped safely via starboard cockpit line. Underwriters value of a/c estimated at US$10.5M. Image of FLL crash site predawn from the Hibiscus garage (looking NNW) the morning following the incident.

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Nate Rasband
must be hard to unload that cargo

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