Definitions for "1956 Trans-Canada Air Lines incident"
CF-TGR was a Vickers Viscount 700 aircraft owned by Trans-Canada Airlines. On July 9, 1956 the No. 4 propeller of the aircraft tore loose from its engine over Flat Rock, Michigan during a flight from Chicago, Illinois to Toronto, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec; one blade of the propeller sliced through the passenger section of the cabin, killing one passenger and injuring four passengers and one flight attendant. The aircraft diverted to Windsor, Ontario and the pilots carried out an emergency landing.