The world's largest aircraft, Airlander 10, crashed during it's second test flight.
The aircraft apparently ran into problems on its return to the ground when it hit a telephone poll.
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"A line that was hanging down from the plane hit the telegraph pole about two fields away," one eyewitness said. "Then, as it came in to land, it seemed to nose dive and landed on the cockpit, smashing it up."
It is not yet known how much damage, if any, was sustained by the aircraft during the incident.
The ship is on sale for £25 million and the makers hope that it can be sold for a variety of uses – including surveillance, communications and deliveries.
Though considering many pointed out earlier this year that the back of the ship resembled Kim Kardashian's bottom, surveillance may not be a realistic use for the aircraft.
Via Independent UK