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US air show crash-dozens injured

A plane crashed into the grandstand at the National Championship Air Races in Reno, Nevada in what police are calling a “mass casualty situation”.

Many people are said to be injured – some critically however there are no reports of deaths..

Video of the crash showed an horrific scene of bodies and wreckage.

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