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Jet-fueled truck explosion at Battle Creek, Michigan air show, One dead
Jet-fueled truck explosion at Battle Creek, Michigan air show, One dead

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BATTLE CREEK, Mich — Jet-fueled truck explosion at Battle Creek, Michigan air show, One dead, semitruck performance Saturday at a southwestern Michigan air show, officials said.

Who is Chris Darnell?

A 40-year-old man was killed at an air show in Michigan when his jet-fueled truck exploded during a fire accident Saturday, July 2.

The driver, Chris Darnell, is said to have been racing two planes at about 1:10 p.m.

During the field flight exhibition at Battle Creek Square.

It has reached speeds of up to 300 miles per hour.

The male driver was racing two planes at about 1:10 p.m. during the Air Field Show at Battle Creek Field, achieving speeds of up to 300 mph.

But when he launched his parachute from the “Shockwave Jet Truck” as it passed the area where the fireworks display had gone off, it caught fire and exploded.

Emergency crews responded after the explosion at around 1 p.m. at the Battle Creek Field of Flight and Balloon Festival.

The Battle Creek Police Department has announced one death.

Air Show spokeswoman Suss Gushing told the Battle Creek Inquirer that the Shockwave Jet Truck was descending on a runway at Battle Creek Executive Airport when the explosion occurred.

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The truck is powered by two jet engines and hit a speed of 300 mph, according to Darnell Racing Enterprises in Springfield, Missouri.

The email was not immediately returned to the team requesting comment.

The jet-fueled semi-truck could reach speeds of up to 300 mph

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