- ACCIDENT DETAILS
Date: November 03, 1973
Time: 09:39
Location: Boston,: Massachusetts
Operator: Pan American World Airways
Flight #: 160
Route: New York City - Prestwick
AC Type: Boeing B-707-321C
Registration: N458PA
cn / ln: 19368/640
Aboard: 3   (passengers:0  crew:3)
Fatalities: 3   (passengers:0  crew:3)
Ground: 0
Summary: Smoke in the cockpit and uncontrollable fire caused by spillage of nitric acid on sawdust packing in the cargo hold. The aircraft was named "Clipper Titian."
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