Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Broken Bone in Amarillo ...
A B-1B strategic bomber from Dyess Air Force Base near Abilene was forced to land at Amarillo/Rick Husband International airport today due to an in-flight emergency. Sources say the problem was described as being electrical in nature . The big bomber landed without incident.
A repair crew is being dispatched from Dyess. As a result it is expected to remain at least over night.
The B-1B "Lancer" is a common site over Amarillo as they come here often to train practicing touch and go landings - but because they are a strategic bomber and nuclear capable they rarely land anywhere except on secure air force bases.
Video by Steve Douglass
Posted by Steve Douglass at 3:26 PM