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Wife "sensed" something was wrong before CT crash

CBS News Thursday, 3 October 2019
Seven people died when a B-17 crashed in Connecticut on Wednesday
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News video: Witnesses Describe Moments Before Vintage WWII Plane Crashed in Connecticut

Witnesses Describe Moments Before Vintage WWII Plane Crashed in Connecticut 02:37

People who live or work near Bradley International described the moments they realized something was seriously wrong with a B-17 WWII aircraft before it crashed Wednesday morning.

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