6. Park Slope Plane Crash Remnants

On December 16, 1960, a United Airlines DC-8 and a TWA Super Constellation, collided over Staten Island. The TWA plane would crash on the southern coast of Staten Island, and the United Airlines plane would go down on Sterling Place in Park Slope. It was the deadliest air accident to date at the time with a total death toll of 134 people. It would also be the first accident to be investigated using the infamous “black box.”

Today, the scars of the 1960 plane crash have been mostly repaired, erased or built over, but there are several remnants you can still find today. Read more about them here.

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