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Posted by Hinkelbein on February 13, 2009

I spotted the bird, but only after I read your comment! My thoughts are with the victims of the 12th february accident. R.I.P.

Posted by Mike on February 13, 2009

Godspeed to all who perished, and may their friends and family find peace and comfort in this tragic time in their lives.

Posted by Christian on February 12, 2009

This is the plane that was involved in the Clarence Center (Buffalo) crash of 12 February 2009.

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