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Watch The Hot Air Balloon Crash In Massachusetts This Past Weekend [VIDEO]

 

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NECN has posted a video of the hot air balloon crash landing this weekend in Clinton, MA.

The Federal Aviation Administration continues their investigation. The FAA said that the balloon was trying to land in the residential area when it struck power lines and caught fire.
The ballon ended up creating two explosions Saturday night.

Five people were injured.

The FAA is looking into what happened and why the Colt Balloon, owned by Derald E. Young of Dixfield, Maine, crash-landed.

Here is the uneditted video taken by witnesses.

 

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