Plane Crashes on Icy Runway
Occurred on November 27, 2014 / Antarctic Peninsula, King George Island, Rodolfo Marsh Aerodrome
Info From Licensor: "This video was recorded one day Thursday, November 27, 2014, around 11:30 AM Local Time, at the Aerodrome
Rodolfo Marsh Martín, from King George Island, located in the
Antarctic Peninsula and managed by the
General of Civil Aeronautics of Chile, (DGAC), with camera
Not professional, from a rock located under the Control Tower, from which you can see the entire length of the aerodrome track covered with a layer of ice 8 centimeters thick and on this, a layer of dry snow of 3 Centimeters that could restrain the displacement of the aircraft Hercules C130 of the Air Force of Brazil. On board were 48 people, nobody was injured, the aircraft moved approx. 700 mts. On the track, without fuel spillage, damage to the right rear train and right wing engine. Visibility was good, the wind was in gusts up to 35 knots, Norweste component (340 degrees), the track is oriented from east to West. (11/29), 1300 mts. of extension. Compressed gravel."