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Two US military aircrafts collide during Dallas air show

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According to the reports, two US military aircrafts collided during an air show in Dallas on Saturday afternoon, no casualties have reported so far.

The two World War II-era planes which were flown during an air show on the occasion of veterans day, collided in mid-air, but it is not yet clear how many people were onboarded, The New York Times reported.

The videos of the planes colliding went viral on social media on Saturday afternoon. Watching the videos, a smaller plane is seen to have hit the bigger and splitting it into two half pieces.

The planes involved in this incident was a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and a Bell P-63 Kingcobra that crashed at 13:20 local time.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, there will be an investigation to learn about the cause of this incident. The National Transportation Safety Board will be in charge of the investigation.

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