Chris Darnell Video Of Crash Accident Went Viral On Social Media!

Chris Darnell Video
Chris Darnell Video

Chris Darnell, 40, a shockwave jet truck driver, was killed in a horrific accident, according to sources. This bizarre event occurred at a major air show in Michigan. According to reports, the driver died as a result of technical faults in his vehicle.

Chris was a member of the Darnell Racing Enterprise’s show team. This news has gone viral on the internet, capturing everyone’s interest. People who know the driver have come forward to offer their respects. Here’s everything we know about his untimely death.

Darnell was killed when his jet truck caught fire while racing in a 300 mph race as part of the Battle Creek Field of Flight air show and balloon festival. The Shockwave jet truck was competing against two jets when the tragedy occurred.

The truck exploded and caught flames when the parachute detonated. Following the explosion, there was a lot of smoke in the air. On Saturday, a frightening video showed the moment the automobile blew up in front of astonished bystanders in Michigan.

Chris Darnell Video

Suze Gushing, Field of Flight’s public relations manager, stated that Chris was performing his show and heading down the runway. According to the team’s website, the Shockwave truck is powered by three Pratt & Whitney J34-38 jet engines previously used by the US Navy T2 Buckeye. The truck’s total output of 36,000 horsepower and 21,000 pounds of torque allows it to drive at speeds of nearly 350 mph.

The Battle Creek Fire Department, Battle Creek Police Department, and the Federal Aviation Administration are all investigating. From June 30 to July 4, the Battle Creek Field and Balloon Festival of Flight Air Show was scheduled.

The air show was cancelled for the rest of the day on Saturday, July 2, due to the incident. It was expected to continue on July 3rd. Chris Darnell drove both the Flash Fire Jet Truck and the Shockwave Jet Truck.

Chris was a part of the family-run Darnell Racing Enterprise’s show squad. Teams play all around the country and are based in Springfield, Missouri. Chris was a seasoned motorsports promotion expert who had spent years developing his drag racing abilities, according to the team’s website.

Driver owned 4 Wheel Customs, a truck accessory company, and graduated from Missouri State University with a bachelor’s degree in marketing, advertising, and promotion. Keep checking back for additional information.

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