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Three French sports stars die in Argentina helicopter crash

Three French sports personalities are among 10 people killed in a helicopter crash in Argentina, the French presidential office confirmed. Eight French nationals and their two Argentine pilots died when two helicopters collided in La Rioja province in the country’s north-west. Yachtswoman Florence Arthaud, Olympic swimmer Camille Muffat and Olympic boxer Alexis Vastine all perished. Both helicopters were involved in the filming of TV survival show Dropped. The show, on channel TF1, flies celebrities into rough terrain by helicopter and films their attempts to find food and shelter. “The sudden death of our fellow French nationals is a cause...

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BREAKING NEWS: Harrison Ford Plane Crash in Critical Condition

72-year-old “Star Wars” and “Indiana Jones” actor  Harrison Ford has crash-landed his vintage airplane at a L.A golf course Thursday. According to reports his  injuries  ws moderate and was taken to a hospital. Los Angeles fire officials confirmed that ‘ ‘The pilot was breathing and conscious when he was taken to a hospital, where he was listed in fair to moderate condition’ Fortunately, No one on the ground was injured, however, people rushed to the crash site to help him Ford got his pilot’s license in the late 1980s and has served as a spokesman to various airline associations. In 2009, he...

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AirAsia Flight 8501 Found in Ocean

AirAsia Flight 8501 that went missing few days ago has been found in the Ocean. The statement below was released by AirAsia Indonesia regrets to inform that The National Search and Rescue Agency Republic of Indonesia (BASARNAS) today confirmed that the debris found earlier today is indeed from QZ8501, the flight that had lost contact with air traffic control on the morning of 28th December 2014. The debris of the aircraft was found in the Karimata Strait around 110 nautical miles south west from Pangkalan Bun.The aircraft was an Airbus A320-200 with the registration number PK-AXC. There were 155...

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Breaking News: AirAsia Indonesia Flight QZ8501

AirAsia  released the following statement: Sunu Widyatmoko, CEO of AirAsia Indonesia said, “We are deeply shocked and saddened by this incident. We are cooperating with the relevant authorities to the fullest extent to determine the cause of this incident. In the meantime, our main priority is keeping the families of our passengers and colleagues informed on the latest developments.”“We will do everything possible to support them as the investigation continues and have already mobilized a support team to help take care of their immediate needs, including accommodation and travel arrangements. A briefing center has also been set up in Surabaya...

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