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    RAF Fighter Crash

    A Harrier has just been reported as crashed in Oxfordhire. Both crew safely ejected. (News snip on Radio 5 at 17:35)

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    Thank god the crew are ok.

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    I hear it was a harrier T10. Hope all is ok

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    It was a GR9 single seater.

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    Watched that harrier arrive at Farnborough today post 11am Anna

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    Rumour has it she came down almost ontop of a car. Driver is fine.

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    How come i hear that a pilot and Co-pilot escaped ok.

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    Glad no-one was hurt
    Best Regards Steve

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    BBC News report here:

    de Havilland forever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manston Airport
    How come i hear that a pilot and Co-pilot escaped ok.

    James
    It was originally reported by the BBC that BOTH crew had ejected safely and it was 'breaking news' story, after all. It even made the traffic news due to the road closure.

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    Used to be a nice pub that when I used to frequent there... Done a lot of work to it since.
    It is only kinky the first time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arm Waver
    Used to be a nice pub that when I used to frequent there... Done a lot of work to it since.
    Would have needed a lot more if the Harrier had hit it!

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