Disturbing images follow a terrible plane crash in Germany.
WARNING - DISTRESSING FOOTAGE.
Unissued / Unused material -
Langenbruck, Nr. Munich, West Germany (FDR - Federal Republic of Germany).
Various shots of the wreckage of a British Eagle, 'Viscount' plane which crashed into the Munich-Nuremberg autobahn killing all 48 people aboard. The wreckage is strewn for a great distance on either side of the autobahn, and German rescue organisations search in vain for survivors. The camera picks out crash victims lying in the grass, personal belongings, etc., amongst the wreckage. MS Coffins bearing the crash victims lined up alongside the autobahn for transit to mortuary. Var. shots interior the mortuary showing the coffins and their belongings bagged up alongside. MS A plastic bag bearing an unidentified hand lies seeping blood onto the mortuary floor. MS German police turning cars around on the wreckage strewn autobahn.
(F/G) Old record suggests material dates from around 09/08/1968.