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Picture of the Douglas C-47A Skytrain (DC-3) aircraft

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More: Aerolineas Urraca
More: Douglas C-47A Skytrain (DC-3)
More: Panama City - Tocumen (General Omar Torrijos Herrera) (PTY / MPTO)
More: Panama, November 1971
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HP-560 (cn 19242) One of the most beautiful Dakotas i have ever seen. Name: Ruben Contu. Crashed 21 February 1973, when the DC-3 struck the Cerro Horqueta mountain in Panama.
More: Ger Buskermolen
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A visitor from - posted Fri July 22, 2011:
This photo is excellent for me because my father was Jose Agustin Garzon Batista, the owner of Urraca Airlines and the captain during this crash. My father die in this accident, when I was almost 3 years old. I don't have any picture like this about these airplane. I was trying to find out information regarding this accident in the web. I never thought that I going to find this picture. Its have a sentimental value for me. Please if any person have more information regarding this accident please contact me to my email jose_a_garzon_anguizola@hotmail.com

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