TWA FLIGHT 800
NOW AVAILABLE! First Responder witness account of Barry Donadio who responded to the crash of TWA Flight 800 crash.
The witness account was September 2013 and has been a controversial piece that contradicts original reports of the details surrounding the rescue attempt of potential survivors.
On the evening of July 17th, 1996 as the setting summer sun began to silhouette the Manhattan skyline TWA Flight 800 departed from JFK Airport on a non stop flight to Paris twelve minutes into the flight, at as the Boeing 747 soared easily past the south shore beaches of Long Island, at 400 miles per hour a catastrophic tragedy overtook the 230 passengers and crew. Barry R. Donadio responded to the 911 call for help.
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Our deepest condolences to those who were lost on TWA Flight 800.
Barry R. Donadio TWA Flight 800 First Responder, 2013
(Photo by Matthew Abbott)
(Below) Barry R Donadio donates 475 books in January 2016 to honor the 20th the TWA Flight 800 crash in 1996.
August 2019 Update:
Donadio completed his new book in August 2019