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panzerplatten wrote:It was a controlled landing by the look of if, so the pilot may have survived, but unless he was picked up shortly after, judging by the isolation of the spot would have perished in a short time.
Notice the amount of rock in the area around the fuselage, Lucky landing or what! Of coarse there may have been a lot more sand at the time of the initial landing and has just eroded away. I would have expected the plane to be buried under sand from storms etc over the yrs.
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