Rights of Way: The crash of United Express flight 5925 (The Quincy runway collision)

The wreckage of United Express flight 5925 after the collision. (Bureau of Aircraft Accidents Archives)
A United Express Beechcraft 1900C operated by Great Lakes Airlines, very similar to N87GL, the aircraft involved in the accident. (Eric K. Cowan)
Routes flown on the 19th of November by the crew of flight 5925. Burlington back to Quincy was to be their last leg. (Google)
Map of the airport, with intentions of the various pilots who were there that night. (Google)
A Beechcraft King Air A90 similar to the one involved in the accident. (Charlie Bravo Aviation)
Map of the movements of the King Air and Beech 1900. (NTSB)
Simulation and reenactment of the collision. (Mayday)
Reenactment of the efforts to save the passengers. (Mayday)
Archival footage of the aftermath of the collision. (Mayday)
Firefighters stand near the tail section of the Beech 1900. (AVWeb)
The wreckage of the two planes as seen on the following morning. (Bureau of Aircraft Accidents Archives)
NTSB archival photo of investigators surveying the wreckage. (NTSB)
Another view of the wreckage. (Bureau of Aircraft Accidents Archives)
The planes came to rest half on, half off the runway intersection. (Mayday)
Closeup of the wreckage. The King Air was in here somewhere, but it was totally destroyed by the fire. (Mayday)
Where’s the King Air? You tell me! (Bureau of Aircraft Accidents Archives)



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Admiral Cloudberg

Admiral Cloudberg

Analyzer of plane crashes and author of upcoming book (eventually™). Contact me via @Admiral_Cloudberg on Reddit or by email at kylanddempsey@gmail.com.