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Ju 52 serial number 7764 emergency landed near Frederiks
The aircraft belonged to Flugzeug Führer Schule B 34 and was coded ?
T/o ? Op: Training.
The aircraft was seen coming low from the southeast at 10:00 hours. It suffered
from a fire in the centre engine and was emergency landed in a field belonging
to Farmer Johansen of Benslehøj.
It passed underneath some high tension leads but hit a small dyke and lost one
of its main wheels. Next it hit a wind mantle and a number of trees thus loosing
speed. When it lay still a number of flyers hurried out of the burning aircraft
bringing a injured pilot with them.
The flyers who were all injured to some degree were Pilot Oberfeldwebel Frans
Rost, Engineer Unteroffizier Erich Budrass, Pilot Oberfeldwebel Willi Schwarze,
Student Feldwebel Heinz Fabian, Student Oberfeldwebel Josef Schubert, Student
Unteroffizier Alfons Kriesten and Student Unteroffizier Hans Nehaus.
The aircraft burned and was a 100% loss.
On 22/10 the remains of the aircraft
hade been removed by the Luftwaffe and on 25/10 the area was inspected and
cleared by the Danish authorities.
Sources: RL 2 III/777, LBUK.
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