The remains of a Horsa glider and the house it collided with on LZ-N. Corporal Wagstaff is shown casually inspecting the damage. The house belonged to the Tanguy family, who were uninjured, if a little surprised, when the glider smashed through the wall into their bedroom. Several of the occupants of the glider were not so fortunate, however, one of the Glider Pilots was killed and one of the passengers thrown from the side door of the glider to be left hanging, badly injured, from a roof beam. Copyright: Imperial War Museum.