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Strange but true general aviation news

January 24, 2014 by Benét Wilson

But it looked so real! A viral video that allegedly shows a large aircraft crashing into a bridge has been determined as a fake, reports Epoch Times. The video shows the crash, complete with smoke, fire, and a person falling off the bridge.

Cash wasn’t king. Conor Guckian paid $20,000 in cash to charter a private jet for a flight from Nashville to California. The police were tipped off and went to the airport to investigate, reports News Channel 5. When the K-9 unit used dogs to sniff Guckian’s money, they detected a narcotic odor. When they searched the jet, they found another $153,000 in cash.

Let’s go to the video! A New Zealand pilot and his passenger were forced to make an emergency landing on Martin’s Bay Beach after the engine quit, reports AvWeb. After finding and repairing a fuel system blockage and taking off, the aircraft was covered in a spray of water.

Upside down helicopter. Soft snow on a glacier near New Zealand’s Mt Cook caused a helicopter to topple over after a wayward landing, reports the New Zealand Herald. The four tourists aboard were not hurt.

Helicopters to the rescue. A sailor was rescued by the Coast Guard near Piedras Blancas in California after his boat crashed into the rocks, reports the Cambrian. Two men were rescued by a New York Police Department helicopter after they got stuck in the marsh, reports the New York Post.

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