Plane crashes upside down

Date: Oct. 18 1972 | Identifier: 741.45.f
A Montreal Canada couple tried to crash land their single engine aircraft this afternoon when it turned over. The couple, Robert Martin Lessard and his wife Regina saw that they were going to crash land, so they put on motorbike helmets that they had in the plane. The cause was said by Lessard to have been low oil pressure. The crash took place about six miles south of the Pitt-Greenville Airport. more...

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