Video of RAF Harrier jet crashed at Lowestoft Air Show
Here is the Video of RAF Harrier jet crashed at Lowestoft Air Show
In the above video, you can see An RAF Harrier jet performing at a Lowestoft Air Show crashed into the sea off the Suffolk coast
Flight Lieutenant Tony Cann, ejected . The Lowestoft lifeboat brought him ashore.
The Harrier was coming to the end of its display – when it bows to the crowd, before flying off.
The aircraft was flying about 50 feet above the water when there was a loud explosion.
“It was about to do a favorite maneuver with the crowds – a bow
when there seemed to be some kind of huge engine loss.
No-one in the crowd was injured.
An RAF board of inquiry established that Flight Lieutenant Tony Cann had accidentally operated the controls for throttle and nozzle direction lever at the same time causing it to drop like a stone