Aviation Photo #0158555 Boeing 727-225/Adv - Eastern Air Lines

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Aircraft being moved out of grass literally one inch at a time. Workmen lay plywood sheets down to improve traction and smooth the ride. See first photo for explanation of accident.
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    22549
    1737
    N812EA
    Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field)
    Florida
    USA
    November 12, 1983
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