As details of the Texas Air Show disaster emerge, the FAA has launched a major investigation.
- The Federal Aviation Administration is teaming up with the National Transportation Safety Board to investigate the fatal collision of two planes while performing at the Wings Over Dallas Airshow.
- A World War II-era bomber and a fighter plane crashed to the ground in a ball of flames on Saturday, leaving crumpled wreckage in a grassy area inside the Dallas Executive Airport perimeter.
- Six people in the air were killed but no one on the ground was injured.
- John Cudahy, president of the International Council of Air Shows, said, "It's still too early to figure out what happened. I've watched the tape several times and I can't figure it out and I've been doing this for 25 years.”