Aviation Photo #0267740 Cessna 172... - Untitled

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Notice the cables attached to the aircraft. The cables were strung from two huge overhead cranes. The nose was flatened after impact. The movie crew proceded to blow it up repeatedly until there was nothing left. Aircraft possibly painted up to represent 172N C-GZWK (cn 17270940) which is still flying in 2009.
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    Andy Vanderheyden
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    Cessna 172...
    Cessna 172 Skyhawk/Cutlass/Hawk XP (T-41/Mescalero)
    Cessna 172 Skyhawk/Cutlass/Hawk XP (T-41/Mescalero)
    Cessna
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    O-GZWK
    Hamilton
    Ontario
    Canada
    August 2002
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Photo Added: August 27, 2002

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Anonymous
10 years ago
Because we can see in real time the dramatic accident, it is in the same time a beutiful and a very dramatic photo
Anonymous
10 years ago
This is a movie stunt, not an accident.
nobody was hurt.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Just saw this movie, and remembered this photo of yours, Andy. Great Shot!
Anonymous
8 years ago
What movie is it in?

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