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Old 08-28-2006, 10:16 AM   #31
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I'll say a prayer for the families and the poor people that were injured.
All 49 died and the co-pilot is in critical condition..
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Old 08-28-2006, 11:06 AM   #32
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Such a tragedy.....
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Old 08-28-2006, 12:04 PM   #33
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While each of the souls lost on this plane is a tragedy, there was a newlywed couple who had just married the day before...now that's sadness.....
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Old 08-28-2006, 01:56 PM   #34
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While each of the souls lost on this plane is a tragedy, there was a newlywed couple who had just married the day before...now that's sadness.....
Don't forget 2 children with other their parents...
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...and a pregnant woman. My wife is 7 months pregnant so that is tough to think about. Also, we just flew home yesterday from her brother's wedding. That was also on Saturday night and they flew out Sunday morning to their honeymoon. This was all in Oregon, but still similar enough to think about.
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*I meant to say out instead of other*
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Finally, I was watching CBS and they think they got the answer...When they took off on the wrong runway, infront of the run way was a little construction site, since they went on the smaller run way they didnt get fast enough and that lead to not get a lot of airbourne..So when they took off, 1 of the engines hit a fence and that cause a blazing fire..they obviously were in a fire and that cause the one of the engines and the tail to fall off..That led to the crash and burned 49 people alive and the co-pilot in still critical injury..I want them to release the recorder and once the co-pilot is healed enough, have him do an interview..
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While each of the souls lost on this plane is a tragedy, there was a newlywed couple who had just married the day before...now that's sadness.....

Dear God, how do their families deal with such loss.
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