Two planes collide in mid-air accident at Duxford Imperial War Museum airshow
TWO planes are understood to have collided in a mid-air accident at an airshow in Cambridgeshire.
Reports of an incident at Duxford Imperial War Museum have been confirmed but the museum has yet to give details.
The museum is hosting its annual and popular Flying Legends event this weekend.
It is thought the mid-air collision involved two planes, one being a P-51 Mustang. Only one plane was reported to have got into difficulty.
The pilot is said to have parachuted to safety and the pilot of the other plane was uninjured.
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