On January 13, 1982, Washington National Airport is gripped by a mid-winter blizzard. Shortly after liftoff, Air Florida Flight 90 experiences a problem. At 4:01 pm, the jet stalls and dives nose first into the northbound span of the commuter-packed 14th Street Bridge. The 737, along with six automobiles, a boom truck and a 41-foot section of the bridge wall, plummet into the icy waters of the Potomac River. The D.C. Park Police dispatch helicopters to rescue any survivors.
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