Talk:1949 MacRobertson Miller Aviation DC-3 crash

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DYK nomination[edit]

The matter is a little more complicated than it first appears. Note 1 clarifies the situation by saying Third-worst was shared by two that caused the death of all 18 occupants – the 1938 Kyeema crash east of Melbourne, and the Fitzroy at Perth airport.
It may be best to omit the comment about being the third-worst in Australia; or to say it was equal third-worst in Australia. Dolphin (t) 02:21, 15 November 2011 (UTC)