Thermal injuries

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Anyone notice in the latest crashes (involving celebutards), we have this new description of injuries?

Burchetta added that the injuries were “traumatic in nature, but they were not thermal,” indicating that the fire never reached inside the cabin.

So instead of saying people are burned or fried, we now say they are thermal in nature? Is this some sort of new gag to keep these nonsensical stories comical?

Of course, the usual magicK numbers:

“Missed approach, N115WF. 33 knots of tail wind,” the pilot is heard saying a few minutes before the 12:22 p.m. crash, the station reported, citing a recording of the air traffic control radio transmission.
The Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office identified the man killed in the crash as Sergio Carranza Brabata, 54, a Mexican native.

Since we have celubutards doing the reporting and witnessing now, it MUST be true. They wouldn’t lie for money, would they?

Comedian Kevin Nealon, an apparent eyewitness, tweeted details about the crash.

“Horrible plane crash here at Aspen airport,” he said. “Exploded into flames as it was landing. I think it was a private jet.”

 

Country singer LeAnn Rimes, who also witnessed the crash, tweeted, “So sad! Horrible plane crash we just saw happen at the Aspen airport.”

via Authorities identify man killed in Aspen, Colo. plane crash | Fox News.

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2 thoughts on “Thermal injuries

  1. knagjakknagjak

    Weird how they said the fire did not reach the inside of the plane but it exploded into flames according to Mr. Funny guy who, like you said, didn’t get his “comment” blasted on FoX by coincidence. Defiantly another plane related scare news report. OR, a legit story that they could effortlessly play off of.

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