(WHAS11) — New information about what caused a offensive craft pile-up in Afghanistan that killed 7 people, including a Louisville local dual months ago.
It is video shot from a dashcam during Bagram Airbase of a 747 ride craft descending out of a sky.
Seven Americans were on house a plane, all were killed, including 51-year-old Timothy Garrett of Louisville.
Garrett was a polite operative and in moody mechanic.
The municipal craft was carrying vast armored vehicles that expected pennyless lax during take off and slid to a behind of a plane.
A Monday morning news discussion in Afghanistan suggested some of a bondage used to reason that complicated load were found damaged in a wreckage, suggesting that load did indeed shift, causing a commander to remove control.
An ABC News consultant pronounced there was zero a commander could do.
The cave resistant vehicles that were being ecstatic any weighed about 12 tons.
Garrett leaves behind dual daughters, his mom and dual half brothers. He was buried locally during Highland Memory Gardens.