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Up Close Image of USAirways Crash Captured By Twitter User

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Janis Krums posted this photo of the USAirways plane with passengers still on the Airbus A320′s wing before it began to sink into the Hudson River. Krums snapped the picture using a Twitter application on his iPhone. He’d gotten on a ferry after the plane made impact, hoping to help rescue survivors. Silicon Alley Insider reports Krums was interviewed on MSNBC later this afternoon.

(via Silicon Alley Insider)

— More coverage on today’s USAirways crash:

NYTimes.com / City Room Blog

CNN.com and CNN.com LIVE

msnbc.com

FoxNews.com

NYDailyNews.com

NYPost.com

ABCNews.com, including eyewitness account from ABC’s Robin Roberts

CBSNews.com

• Some Tweets of interest:

@bmw: “I wonder if CNN is wishing they hadn’t cut Science/Tech/Aviation expert/reporter Miles O’Brien from the payr oll today… :-/”

@milesobrien: “gotta admit, I wish I was able to report on this crash. Looks like the crew did a great job – if it was, in fa ct, a bird strike.”

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