U.S. Air Crashes in Past Five Years With PM-Plane Crash, Bjt, AM-La Guardia Crash, BjtThe Associated Press , Associated Press
Mar. 23, 1992 1:29 PM ET
UNDATED Undated (AP) _ Sept. 11, 1991: Continental Express Embraer 120 crashes near Eagle Lake, Texas, following an explosion, killing all 14 aboard.
July 10, 1991: L'Express Beechcraft C-99 crashes into a house in Birmingham, Ala., during a thunderstorm, killing 14.
April 5, 1991: Atlantic Southeast Airlines Embraer 120 crashes near Brunswick, Ga., killing all 23 aboard.
March 3, 1991: United Air Lines Boeing 737 crashes on approach to Colorado Springs, Colo., airport killing all 25 aboard.
Feb. 1, 1991: USAir Boeing 737 collides with a Skywest commuter plane at Los Angeles International Airport killing 33.
Jan. 25, 1990: Avianca Boeing 707 crashes in Cove Neck, N.Y., after running out of fuel while approaching Kennedy Airport. Of the 159 people aboard, 73 died.
July 19, 1989: United Air Lines DC-10 crashes while attempting emergency landing at Sioux City, Iowa, killing 112 of 296 aboard.
Aug. 31, 1988: Delta Airlines Boeing 727 crashes and burns on takeoff at Dallas Fort-Worth Airport. Fourteen people died and 95 survived.