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The Building Of A Plane in Less Than 4 Minutes [VIDEO]

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(Photo by Larry W. Smith/Getty Images)

Floaters taking a leisurely float down the Clark Fork River the day before the 4th of July were shocked when they noticed airplane parts floating next to them!After a train derailment carrying Boeing fuselages, the clean-up of the Clark Fork River mishap should be completed today, July 8th.

Six fuselages were aboard the westbound train when 19 cars derailed last Thursday about 10 miles west of Alberton.  Three fuselages landed in the river, the other three slid down the embankment leading into the Clark Fork River.

Almost monthly a train load of those green fuselages travels through Billings.  Watch this cool video on the making of a Boeing in less than 4 minutes.

 

 

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