The shocking doorbell camera video captured United Airlines’ hard-hit Flt. 328 slammed into a street in the suburbs of Colorado.
The Nest camera of Mark Moskovics captured the wreckage of a Boeing 777-200 plane just a few steps away from the parked car. The crash was so violent that it bounced a few feet before stopping.
After a few seconds, a louder crash seemed to indicate that an object had fallen to the left of the doorbell camera view. The video was shared with CBS Denver reporter Conor McCue.
Fortunately, in Broomfield, a suburb of Denver, the street was originally quiet and empty. Although there were gravel falling, no one was injured. According to one of the neighbors of the Moskvitch, Lonnie Kermoade (Lonnie Kermoade) ) Said. .
“It would have been a very tragic thing,”
An unidentified neighbor shared a photo of a huge hole in his roof, from which crumbs hit him while making family sandwiches.
The Denver Post said that some fragments also fell into a park where at least six football teams were trained.
“To be honest… I thought we were bombed,” Heather Solar, a coach of the team, told the newspaper, a large piece of debris fell on her standing within 10 feet of the Commons Park.
She said: “There are many fragments in the sky.”
The Broomfield Police Department tweeted that, “Given how many people were playing in the House of Commons Park during the weekend, they were not injured” is “extremely grateful.”
The National Transportation Safety Board (National Transportation Safety Board) said that it is investigating the failure of the engine overheating, but has not speculated what may be the cause.
There are no reports of jet injuries.