On November 12, 2001, A plane taking off from Kennedy Airport crashed in Belle Harbor, Queens, setting 12 houses on fire. The quick response by the FDNY and numerous off duty members made a great stop. At this time the cause is unknown. The death toll was 260 on the aircraft and 5 on the ground. Hundreds of Emergency workers converged at the scene of the Plane Crash!

Firefighters and Police Officers going through the debris looking for any possible survivers.

One of the houses that was badly damaged in the backround

Emergency workers are operating on both sides of Beach 131st Street.

Tower ladder operating from Newport ave near Beach 130 street

260 persons perished from the plane and 5 on the ground.

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