A Flight That Crashed in Japan 35 Years Ago Mysteriously 'Appeared' on a Flight Tracking Website...
Netizens were shocked when they saw flight number JL123 approaching a Tokyo airport, just a few days before the anniversary of the tragic incident
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On Aug. 12, 1985, domestic flight JL123 took off from Tokyo's Haneda Airport but 12 minutes into the flight bound for Osaka, the Japan Airlines aircraft experienced technical difficulties that destroyed its tail, leading to a fatal fall into the mountains of Gunma Prefecture. Only four people on board survived, while 520 died, making it the deadliest single-plane crash in history.
Many still remember the tragedy, which is why Japanese netizens were shocked when they saw the flight number JL123 appear on flight tracking website Flight Radar 24, just a few days before the incident's 35th anniversary.
It appeared to be approaching the Tokyo-Narita Airport on Wednesday, Aug. 5....
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