Asiana flight 214 became a joke to a prankster at San Francisco’s KTVU that gave fake asian names of the pilots for the news anchor to read during the report of the tragic crash, July 6, 2013.
*Asiana flight 214 that crashed at San Francisco International Airport on July 6, is obviously no joking matter, but apparently has become racist fodder for some news outlets.
Two girls were killed and numerous others injured in the crash that was a major headline for newspapers and top stories for networks.
But when California’s bay area news station KTVU reported the pilots of the plane as “Sum Ting Wong,” “Wi Tu Lo,” “Ho Lee Fuk” and “Bang Ding Ow”, professionalism along with any remnant of respect for the news channel were obliterated.
Jane Wicker dies in fiery blaze as she walks on the bottom of the left wing of an inverted plane in Dayton, Ohio, during the Ohio Air Show, Saturday, June 22, 2013.
*The incidents where crimes have been caught on tape instead of being thwarted by those taping the incident are the worst.
But, no one expected to see a deadly plane stunt result in a grizzly firestorm…on camera.
The Ohio Air Show took place in Dayton, Ohio, Saturday, as onlookers witnessed the horrific instant deaths of both a pilot and stunt walker Jane Wicker were photographed by 20-year-old Ian Hoyt.
Hoyt was watching the show with his girlfriend when the devastating crash occurred before their eyes. Hoyt’s an aviation photographer and licensed pilot who was taking photos as the plane passed by and had just raised his camera to take another shot.
*The prom is a momentous occasion that gives us special memories that are never forgotten whether the night was good or bad.
Students headed to their prom at the Westin Hotel on Fort Lauderdale beach will definitely never forget their prom after encountering a car crash while en route to their prom.
Limo driver, Dave Izzo, saw a van in front of him swerve into a wall and flip. He slammed on his brakes and ran to help. The 20 students inside the limo were clueless to what had happened.
But once they looked out the window and saw the flipped van, they immediately, in gowns and tuxes, ran to help.
Devastating U.S. cargo plane crash was captured by a dash cam on Monday, April 29, 2013, in Afghanistan.
*We’ve seen devastating car accidents and other catastrophes, but none so quite bizarre as the latest plane crash caught on video.
A U.S. cargo plane crashed in Afghanistan Monday, and the devastating crash was caught on a dash camera.
The crew that was lost in the crash included six members from Michigan and one from Kentucky, according to the Washington Post.
The plane took off normally, but when it began to fail it did not nose dive, but eerily fell out of the sky.
*Basketball Hall of Famer Julius “Dr. J” Erving is slated to make a guest appearance as himself on NBC’s comedy, The Office. According to reports from Entertainment Weekly, the episode that will air on January 17th and features Dr. J as an investor in a sports marketing business that Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) is attempting to launch in Philadelphia.
*Ma$e has finally been released from his contract with Bad Boy. “I’ve been in that contract for 16 years,” Ma$e told MTV. “The other day he [Diddy ] let me out of it, so big shout-outs to Diddy, I guess he woke up feeling good and he wanted to do something good.” He also named Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Music as his intended future home. G.O.O.D. luck.
*TMZ has obtained an image of the crash scene following the highway disaster that killed Dallas Cowboys star Jerry Brown last weekend — and the Mercedes he was riding in had flipped upside-down. As we previously reported, Brown’s teammate Josh Brent was driving at the time of the accident in Texas Saturday morning. Brent was subsequently arrested on the scene for intoxication manslaughter. TMZ has also obtained the 911 calls placed by a passing motorist just moments after the accident (listen below) — and according to one of the callers, “There was smoke everywhere.
Actor Don Cheadle attends the Broadcast Television Journalists Association Second Annual Critics’ Choice Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on June 18, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.
*With memorable performances in such dramas as “Crash,” “Hotel Rwanda” and “Talk to Me” on his resume, Don Cheadle has become one of Hollywood’s most bankable dramatic actors.
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But the 47-year-old Kansas City native says comedy is actually his first love, and he’s thrilled to get a chance to flex those muscles in his Showtime series “House of Lies,” which was picked up for a second season in February.
Below, Cheadle says his whole family is funny, which inspired him to start out his career as a standup comic before making the transition to acting.
Cheadle will next be seen in the Denzel Washington film “Flight,” opening Nov. 2, 2012. Watch the trailer below.