8 images. Plane crash (over Norwalk) (negs by Snow), 2 February 1958. General views of area of C-118 crash; General views of Navy P-2C Navy Bomber.; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Snow. Date: 02-02. Reporter: Adler. Assignment: Plane crash. 41-42-33: Group of Air Force officers from directorate of Flight Safety Research Headquarters at Norton Air Force Base inspecting wreckage from C-118 transport in area of Sheriff's station garage section. 94-31: Group of Air Force officers from (see above) inspecting uncharred pieces of wreckage from C-118 transport and Navy P2V on Norwalk Sheriff's station parking lot -- with burned out car in back. 3-4: Aerial pictures of scene -- do not credit Los Angeles International Airport. 32-33: General view of charred wreckage of C-118 transport -- in garage section of Sheriff's station. 13-14-39-40: General view of P2V Navy bomber crash -- in abandoned clay pit in 9400 block on Norwalk boulevard, Santa Fe Springs -- tail section is lying on its left side. General views (overall) of area of C-118 crash -- roof of gutted home at 11832 Sproul street in foreground, then transport wreckage in garage section of Sheriff's station -- then looking over Sheriff's station parking lot, across Pioneer boulevard onto service station at 11771 Firestone boulevard, with C-118 tail section atop service building. 47-48: Shot of roof at 12303 Jersey street, home of Mrs. Edith Hernandez, 21, killed instantly when hit by piece of plane battery crashing through -- about 1-foot diameter hole in roof".