Trojan Horsemen T-28 plane crashed killing the pilot.
One of the Warbird Trojan Horsemen Demonstration Team planes crashed at the Thunder over the Blue Ridge Open House and Air Show in Martinsburg, West Virginia. T-28 aircraft went out of control about 2:40 p.m. during a two planes stunt maneuver called "belly-to-belly", where the airplanes cross each other trajectory in different directions. Then one of the planes did not recover from the roll and went straight to the ground crashing on a runway near airport's hangers. The pilot Jack "Flash" Mangan - Alternate Wing, was killed at the scene. There were no casualties on the ground.
The crash occurred a day after the horrible incident at Reno Air Races in Nevada, where another WW2 aircraft, a P-51 Mustang crashed killing the pilot and lot of spectators.
The Warbird Aerobatic Formation Demonstration Team "Trojan Horsemen" is based in Cincinnati, Ohio and fly six piston engine T-28 aircraft.