Watch the Incredible First-Person Video of That Fiery Two-Plane Collision Everyone Survived

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Nov. 5 2013 9:35 AM

Here's Incredible First-Person Video of That Fiery Two-Plane Collision Everyone Survived

Remember yesterday when we flagged for you the remarkable story out of Superior, Wisc., where two single-engine planes filled with skydivers collided in mid-air over the weekend only for all nine passengers and both pilots to survive? Been wondering what that would have looked like? Now, thanks to helmet-mounted cameras on some of the skydivers—and NBC News, which reportedly ponied up $100,000 for exclusive rights to the footage—you don't have to any longer.

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