Twitter, other social sites capture horror of Navy jet crash
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WTVR) – Social networking sites began to show the chaos moments after a Navy F-18 jet crashed into an apartment complex Friday afternoon in Virginia Beach.
Many folks stopped to take photos, which they shared on Facebook or Twitter. Here are some tweets that show photos captured Friday.
User Nenni09 posted this photo to Twitter. Her status read “just witnessed this jet crash.”
Another user, Ross Grogg, posted this photo titled “jet crash fire off 24th.”
State is providing immediate resources and assistance to those impacted by crash of F-18 fighter jet in Virginia Beach. governor.virginia.gov/News/viewRelea…—
Bob McDonnell (@bobmcdonnell) April 06, 2012
Others shot and uploaded video of the horrific scene, which they posted to sites like Facebook and YouTube.
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