Canadian Suicide Attack!
15 hurt after Cdn.-made jet crashes in New Jersey
TETERBORO, New Jersey — A corporate jet hurtled off the end of a runway Wednesday, speeding across a highway and slamming into a warehouse.
About 15 people were injured, one critically, but nobody was killed, officials said.
Video from television station helicopters showed wheel tracks, plainly visible in snow, that ran straight off the end of the runway, through a fence and a snow bank and then across six-lane U.S. 46.
The aircraft was identified as a twin-engine Canadair Challenger 600.
A similar plane, a Canadair CL-601 Challenger, crashed in December while trying to take off from Montrose, Colo., killing a son of NBC Sports chairman Dick Ebersol and two others.
See, we don’t need suicide pilots…we just sell airplanes to whatever country we want to attack and they crash by themselves!
I guess that’s what happens when you use taxpayers money to artificially prop up a company because it is in Quebec and has major Liberal ties….
Since 1982, Bombardier and its subsidiaries have received $36-million in grants and $736-million in repayable contributions – for a grand total of $772-million. These amounts do not include financing provided through Export Development Canada, another $6.5-BILLION.
Why bother with product quality?