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A Dark Day In Aviation

Wed Jul 26, 2000 12:57 am

Today, one of the most tragic moments in aviation has descended on Paris, France. The end of an Era has come. The Concorde is no longer the safest plane in the sky. I just pray for survivors  
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RE: A Dark Day In Aviation

Wed Jul 26, 2000 1:21 am

Whats happening.Ive started hating flying.
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RE: A Dark Day In Aviation

Wed Jul 26, 2000 2:38 am

There were 113 killed, including 4 on the ground, according to the BBC. Air France say that cracks in the wing had nothing to do with the crash, and that engine fire brought the plane down.

Thoughts with the family of those killed.

Tom

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