In the movie Avengers: Endgame, does Thanos's ship, Sanctuary 2,

come crashing down right in the middle of the battlefield on Earth after Captain Marvel flies through it? If it did, wouldn't it have crushed a lot of the combatants, and wouldn't it have likely caused everyone else to be blown off the battlefield due to like a 400 mph wind gust that would have come rushing outwards from the ship's impact with the ground since the Sanctuary 2 was so massive?

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    It’s a film where magic flying gods can go to different worlds in seconds, I doubt a bit of wind would affect them much. – TheLethalCarrot May 5 at 19:23
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    @TheLethalCarrot, good point. I bet Thanos was thinking 'damn! I just made the last payment on that thing!' as it he watched it fall. – HRIATEXP May 5 at 19:26
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    I sure hope Thanos had insured his ship! – Rebel-Scum May 5 at 19:32
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    @Rebel-Scum - Technically, being defeated by Thor is considered an 'act of god' – Valorum May 5 at 21:33
  • @Valorum Hmm, hadn't thought of that! – Rebel-Scum May 5 at 22:14

Not quite

Actually, it crashes into the river which was next to the battlefield in New York state.

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    And if I recall correctly this is also what caused the flood/tidal wave that forced Dr. Strange out of the "big battle" by needing him to stop the water from drowning everyone? – remy_rm May 6 at 8:07

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