Six dead after collision between two WWII planes in Dallas

Six dead after collision between two WWII planes in Dallas

UPDATE DAY

Six people died in a World War II plane crash Saturday at an air show in Dallas, Texas, a judge said Sunday citing the Dallas County Medical Examiner.< /strong> 

A Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bomber and a Bell P-63 KingCobra fighter collided in mid-air on Saturday afternoon, the airport regulator had previously announced. aviation, the FAA, in a statement.

Area authorities confirmed the deaths this morning, via Twitter.

More details to come…