Amidst the quite and idyllic forest lie the remains of one of the most recent marvels of science and engineering. Only the burnt and blackened aluminum girders of its framework allow the observer to guess at the nature of the craft that crashed here though. Nothing much else remains of the airship that crashed here in brief but hot hydrogen fireball.
Since then cleanup has begun. The worst burnt trees have been cut down to make room for new ones and for heavy machinery to take apart and remove the last remains of the airship's metal framework. Soon enough the burnt ground and possibly a yet to be erected memorial site will be all that remains of this tragic disaster.