9 The Flood Washes Planes Away In Magadan

The Flood Washes Planes Away In Magadan

Posted on July 23, 2014 by team


The weather in Magadan is really bad these days. The city is flooded, the roads and bridges are being destructed, planes keep falling…

This one was tried to be rescued. But its tail lies separately.

This one is still in the water stuck with the garages.

The tail of the first one that was rescued.

via goblinid

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9 Responses to “The Flood Washes Planes Away In Magadan”

  1. Jesse the swede says:

    Look at the second and the third from the bottom pictures, these planes were stationary excibits along the edge of the river and when the river-banks gave way the planes toppled over, so no they could not have flown away since they lacked essantial equipment, such as engines

  2. Vijay says:

    Wow, nature is powerful indeed. Thanks for sharing.

  3. George says:

    I don’t think driving on that bridge is a such a hot idea. You know, you see that river washing away the it’s banks, planes, buildings…. what makes you think that bridge is going to be safe?
    Good grief. Brainless, but gutsy.

  4. Texas1 says:

    Looks like that crappy plane that was held together with duck tape that russia flew over U.S. Navy destroyer in the Black Sea. I would have taken it down with my trusty slingshot.

  5. qainat says:

    What a shame. This is what Soviet era greatness has come to.

    • Chico Rodriquez says:

      Do you pine for Nazi Germany’s “greatness,” too? Oh, yes. Such a shame they’re not sending people to gulags anymore or starving Ukranians to death. The Russian people suffered enough. Thank God the dictatorship is gone.

  6. John says:

    Google Earth co-ordinates
    59°34’12.61″N
    150°48’31.54″E

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