Gypsy Moth

Crash: Biplane Crash

Wednesday, May 7, 2008
By George Hatcher
Crash: Biplane Crash

What: 78-year-old Gypsy Moth biplane Where: Perthshire England When: 11:55 May 5 Who: 2 men. Minor Injuries Why: Loss of power due to mechanical failure. Plane anded on its nose in a field of oilseed rape Download article as PDF »

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