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Old April 13th 04, 04:37 PM
C J Campbell
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Thomas Peterson of Washington DOT reports that the NTSB found high levels of
carbon monoxide in the bodies of both pilot and passenger in the Cessna 170
that went down in Case Inlet last month. The plane was the subject of a
search that lasted over a week. The muffler has been sent to NTSB for
pressure testing.

Christopher J. Campbell
World Famous Flight Instructor
Port Orchard, WA

If you go around beating the Bush, don't complain if you rile the animals.


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