• Susan Ferman

Tragedy in Kenner--The Crash of Pan Am Flight 759

Coming Soon: Tragedy in Kenner--The Crash of Pan Am Flight 759, July 9, 1982

On the afternoon of July 9th, 1982, Pam Am Flight 759 suddenly fell from the sky into a residential subdivision in Kenner, LA, killing all 145 people on board and eight people on the ground--and leaving one tiny survivor. The pilots made the best decisions they could with the information that had, but it wasn't good enough to prevent this tragedy from happening.

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