PLL-LOT
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Survivors Of Crossair Crash

Tue Nov 27, 2001 11:08 pm

Has anyone read any news on the survivors of the Crossair crash? I can't find anything.

Thanks.
 
RJ100
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RE: Survivors Of Crossair Crash

Tue Nov 27, 2001 11:44 pm

Hello Pll-lot

There are 9 survivors, 2 flight attendants and 7 passengers. Some are still in hospital with heavy injuries some are already at home. Here in Switzerland there were some interviews with survivors on TV.

What exactly do you want to know about them?

Regards,
RJ100  Crying
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cx773
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RE: Survivors Of Crossair Crash

Wed Nov 28, 2001 1:19 am

Ex La Bouche lead vocal Melanie thronton died in this crash. So sad.....  Sad
 
cedarjet
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RE: Survivors Of Crossair Crash

Wed Nov 28, 2001 1:28 am

There was a female trio pop group on board as well, only one of them survived. Who were they? If it's true it's one of the saddest things I've ever heard. The comararderie within a band is stronger than family, I can tell you in all honesty I would not want to be the sole survivor in a situation like that, I'd rather go with them. It sound melodramatic but it's true.
fly Saha Air 707s daily from Tehran's downtown Mehrabad to Mashhad, Kish Island and Ahwaz
 
airsicknessbag
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RE: Survivors Of Crossair Crash

Wed Nov 28, 2001 1:30 am

"Passion Fruit" - yet another group of pseudo celebrities I´ve NEVER heard about - probably my fault  Big grin...
Daniel
 
SR3496
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RE: Survivors Of Crossair Crash

Wed Nov 28, 2001 2:54 am

Yes, just be sad about these singers...but not one thought for the other 21 people who died!?!  Pissed

The passenger list was in the newspapers today here in Switzerland so do some search if you need to know it.
 
Jean Leloup
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RE: Survivors Of Crossair Crash

Wed Nov 28, 2001 3:09 am

Hey Sr3496, there are other people i know to be sad about too! There was an article in the journal de Montreal yesterday, the Canadian who died was a Montrealer, a 30 year-old father, who worked in sales for Bombardier Aerospace and was going to meet with clients in Zurich. (Don't know which clients, sorry.) i forget his name, unfortunately. So there's a nother dimension for you.

At least he didn't die on an Embraer.
(Sorry , couldn't resist.)
Next flight.... who knows.
 
777236ER
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RE: Survivors Of Crossair Crash

Wed Nov 28, 2001 3:14 am

Wow, working for BAe systems and dying on an ARJ-100. At least it wasn't a Junkstream.
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