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June 19, 2008


Gary B

You can't afford to be complacent around a 25k thrust engine inlet.

I feel for the his/her survivors

Jamie C

Such a Terrible way to die
there should be more health and safety guidlines or better procedures to prevent this from ever happening.
i'm a mechanic myself and cannot think of anything worse or more terifying than this.
Condolances to his loved ones.

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