Internationally known Jewish DJ badly burned in plane crash

Adam Michael Goldstein, 35, known as DJ AM, was hospitalized with extensive burns.

By JTA
September 24, 2008 11:03

 
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An internationally known Jewish disc jockey survived a plane crash that killed four. Adam Michael Goldstein, 35, known as DJ AM, was hospitalized with extensive burns, CNN reported. He jumped from a burning private plane Friday night as it skidded on a runway in Columbia, South Carolina. Also surviving was Travis Barker, a drummer for the band Blink 182; he also had extensive burns. Philadelphia native Goldstein and Barker have been frequent collaborators recently in club performances.

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