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Your pictures: Hudson River crash

Photo: Greg Lam Pak Ng

BBC News website readers have been sending pictures of the US airliner which has ditched into the Hudson River in New York City but with no loss of life. Photo: Greg Lam Pak Ng.

Photo: Nigel Baker

The US Airways Airbus A320 crashed just after taking off from LaGuardia Airport heading for Charlotte, North Carolina. Photo: Nigel Baker.

Photo: David Nunn

Officials believe the plane may have collided with a flock of geese. This picture was taken by David Nunn.

Photo: David Nunn

David Nunn saw the plane from Battery Park in lower Manhattan where it is now tied up.

Photo: Philip Robertson

Philip Robertson took this photo from the observation deck of his building in New York City.

Photo: Simone Thornton

Residents saw the plane being towed from the river. Simone Thornton captured this image from the Hudson River lookout.

Photo: Nigel Baker

Nigel Baker also sent this picture of the plane with Manhattan as background.

Photo: Paul Barnes-Hoggett

Paul Barnes-Hoggett went out of his office to follow it on its trail.

Photo: Charles Lamont

Charles Lamont lives a block from the river in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Photo: James Nicholas Sears

All 150 passengers, three flight attendants and two pilots were rescued in freezing weather. Photo: James Nicholas Sears.

Photo: Ian Wall

Ian Wall took this picture from his office window on Friday morning.

Photo: Stephen Martin

Stephen Martin says the plane is right outside his home and that he saw two big crane ships rolling in. Send your pictures and videos to Terms and conditions on the right hand side.

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