A Japanese Tragedy looks at when a JAL Boeing 747 crashed in to the Japanese Alps. 520 people died.
In August 1985, Japan Air Flight 123 crashed into the side of a mountain North West of Tokyo. It was the largest single aircraft fatality in history. A poor repair was the cause. But the real story behind the crash was the scandalous incompetence in reacting to the accident and the rescue attempt in the immediate aftermath
A Japanese Tragedy is part of Disaster - series 3, a series of educational videos about health and safety disasters throughout history.
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