Date: 06 Aug 98 23:22:54 From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Martin Keenan) Organization: Evil geniuses for a better tomorrow References: 1
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In article <airliners.1998.1163@ohare.Chicago.COM>, Peter Stanning <email@example.com> wrote: >The CAA were quoted in yesterdays Daily Telegraph as saying that no >aircraft accident had ever been caused by cigarette smoking seem to >remember a 707 crash in France caused by a fire in a toilet.This was >some years ago now but I thought the fire was caused by a cigarette. Although I don't know if smoking was ever *definitely* proven to be the cause, it was at least suspected in the fatal crash landing of Air Canada DC-9-32 C-FTLU at Cincinatti on June 2, 1983. The investigation was one of the major causes of Air Canada banning in-flight smoking back in the eighties. -- Martin Keenan Reverse letters in "moc" to respond F-101 Voodoo Fans of the world, Unite!