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At least two killed in Connecticut crash landing of vintage plane: report

Reuters Wednesday, 2 October 2019
A World War Two-era bomber crashed on Wednesday as it attempted to land at Bradley International Airport near Hartford, Connecticut, authorities said, and a local report said at least two people were killed and more were seriously injured.
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A World War II-era bomber plane crashed at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut on Wednesday. The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed to CBS News that the pilot was attempting to land on a runway when the incident occurred. Officials said 13 people were on the plane and one person was...

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