Talk:2005 in aviation
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- "A small plane carrying cargo for FedEx, including six vials of research viruses, crashed in downtown Winnipeg. The only woman on board, the pilot, was killed but there were no injuries on the ground."
Just wondering if there was anyone else but the pilot on board. If so, then the fact that she was the only woman on board seems nothing more than sensationalism. (Born2flie 23:47, 10 September 2006 (UTC))
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