From The Daily Beast:
Shortly before midnight on Sept. 19, 2008, a Learjet carrying six passengers departed Columbia, South Carolina, en route to Van Nuys, California, when something went terribly wrong. Air traffic controllers observed sparks coming from the plane as it streaked down the runway while an eyewitness reported that the aircraft, engulfed in flames, resembled a fireball.
The plane settled about 400 yards from the runway in an embankment off a five-lane highway. Moments later, deathly screams of “Oh my god!” were heard by onlookers, who made out two survivors frantically removing their burning clothes. These two were later identified as Travis Barker, then-former drummer of Blink-182, and his best friend, D.J. AM (real name: Adam Goldstein).
After being transported to a Georgia burn center and listed in critical condition, they both escaped the accident with second- and third-degree burns. The four other passengers—Barker’s personal assistant and security guard, and the two pilots—weren’t as lucky.