One of the more famous cases is a TWA flight 1# which went down in 1936
Killing 12 of 14 aboard and recently featured on Mysteries at Museum TV show segment because the Connelsville Canteen Museum has a piece of burnt mail from the crash among their display items.
and of course the tragic crash of flight 93 during 9-11
But one of the lesser known crashes of a Navy Hell diver while on maneuvers and which plane engine parts can still be scene is one of the forgotten crashes
A Curtis B2C-4E crashed between Ligonier and Jennerstown on October 9 1945 on a return trip to airbase in Michigan after taking place with 21 planes from Bombing Squadron 97 in Washington DC celebration that very foggy day
and has remained largely forgotten .
Petty Officer George A. Cohlmia, who died with Ensign Frank J. Campbell when their U.S. Navy dive bomber tragically slammed into the mountain at a horrific speed parts of the plane as seen below still exists to his day and can be viewed if your up to to the strenuous hike to the site, in the middle of no where . Apparently a well known one often tagged by those who chase geocaches .
If you go remember this is a site of reverence people lost their lives here and respect it as such.