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PlaneCrash_Wheel

Wreckage and other debris hung from trees and laid all over a large wooded area on a hillside near the town of Blossburg, Pa on June 23, 1967 after a passenger plane crashed in Tioga County, PA.. Photo from the collection of Lonny Frost.

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PlaneCrash_WellsboroFD

Wellsboro Fire Department firefighter is seen here in this photograph walking through the field of debris checking for hot spots hours after a plane crashed near Blossburg, PA. Photo from the collection of Lonny Frost.

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PlaneCrash_Troup69_40YrMemorial

In 2007 Boy Scout Troop 69 remembered and honored those who died in the Flight 40 crash near Blossburg, Pa. Many who saw the plane go down were at the Island Park that summer day in 1967. Photo by Lonny Frost (c) 2007.

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PlaneCrash_MohawkBAC1-11Flight40

The Mohawk BAC 1-11 Flight 40 crashed near Blossburg, Pa after leaving Elmira, NY. Photo from the collection of Lonny Frost.

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PlaneCrash_LocalFirefighters2

other local firefighters at the plane crash scene. Photo from the collection of Lonny Frost.

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PlaneCrash_Debrishoused

Passenger plane debris was housed in a building owned by House Lumber Company. Officials went through the debris to find the cause of the crash. Photo from the collection of Lonny Frost.

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PlaneCrash_DebrisField

The largest piece of debris found was the tail section of the Mohawk BAC 1-11. Photo from the collection of Lonny Frost.

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PlaneCrash_DebrisCleanedUp

Plane crash scene after most of debris had been recovered. Photo from the collection of Lonny Frost.

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PlaneCrash_AerialView

Aerial view of Blossburg, Pa and the area where Flight 40 crashed and claimed the lives of all on board. From the collection of Lonny Frost.

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