EPISODE 81: 10 DEVASTATING AIRLINE CRASHES TO KNOW ABOUT IN THE HISTORY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AVIATION
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In this week's episode of Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast, host Jon Steinberg shares his list of 10 devastating airline crashes to know about in the history of Southern California aviation. His list includes: X15 flight 191 in Ranceburg, two plane collision in Cerritos, Pacific Southwest flight 182 in San Diego, Pacific Southwest flight 1771 in Cayucos, Alaska Airlines flight 261 in Port Hueneme, Golden West airlines flight 261 in Whittier, Hawthorne Nevada flight 708 in Mount Whitney, Hughes Air West flight 706 in the San Gabriel Mountains, Standard Airlines flight 897R in Burbank and United Airlines flight 266 in Santa Monica.
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