When John is stuck in traffic and he walks up to the other man asking if anyone was hurt, the guy looks behind John's shoulder as if the plane is coming right behind him. Then John turns around and looks right behind him as well. But the camera then pans all the way to the side to see the plane coming in before it crashes - they were looking in the wrong place.
The first few disasters listed on the sheet are: Malpassat Dam, France (December 2nd 1959), Coalbrook Mine, South Africa (January 1st 1960), Agadir earthquake, Morocco (February 29th 1960), Valdivia earthquake, Chile (May 22nd 1960), asylum fire, Guatemala City (July 14th 1960) and Nedelin disaster, USSR (October 24th, 1960). Incidentally, Lucinda's listing of dates is inconsistent; sometimes she wrote them the American way (month before day), others day before month.