Survivors of Texas plane crash were headed to Astros game in Boston: ‘shaky and shocked’


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Many passengers were wearing astro jerseys while leaving the crash site.

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Survivors of Tuesday’s plane crash in Texas were on their way to an Astros game in Boston and felt “shocked and shocked” after the crash.

“When it finally closed everyone went ‘Get out! Get out! Get out!’ We jumped on that windy thing and then everyone went ‘Get away!’” Cyprus traveler Cheryl McCaskill told the Houston Chronicle.


All 21 people aboard the plane were evacuated and left the airport Tuesday morning to cheer for the Astros in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series against the Boston Red Sox. Granthshala 26 reported.

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“They’re going to Boston for an Astro game for fun, a joyous event, then it happens,” said Texas Emergency Management District Coordinator Ronald Walker.

Plane crashes in Texas field, 21 on board, investigation underway

As Granthshala 26 reports, several passengers left Houston Executive Airport in Brookshire wearing their Astro jerseys as the plane behind them was still engulfed in flames.

McCaskill described feeling “shaky and numb” after fleeing a burning plane in his Astros jersey.

“I lost my shoes,” she said.

“Yeah. Thank God,” Walker said of being able to tell the story of surviving a plane crash to passengers.

The FAA said a McDonnell Douglas MD-87 rolled through a fence and caught fire at Houston Executive Airport. The plane is registered with a Houston area investment firm.

The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating what caused the accident, with the Texas Division of Emergency Management also assisting federal agencies.

“It’s an accident. Everyone came out safely. It’s being investigated,” an investigator told Granthshala 26.

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