August 2, 1985
Ft. Worth-Dallas, Texas
Delta Airlines, Flight 191
Lockheed L-1011-1 TriStar
N726DA

While on a flight from Fort Lauderdale, FL to Dallas/ Forth Worth, the aircraft crashed while making an landing attempt in thunderstorm activity. The plane touched down 6,000 feet short of the runway and 360 feet to the left of the runway centerline, became airborne again, struck a car killing the driver, crossed the highway and crashed into two water tank reservoirs. Microburst induced wind shear. The flightcrew's decision to initiate and continue the approach into a cumulonimbus cloud which they observed to contain lightning. Lack of training for avoiding and escaping from low-altitude wind shear. One-hundred-thirty-four of 163 aboard killed.