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Charles Wilson, on whose farm the aircraft landed, serves coffee to his unexpected guests. AT the left is Harold Drinkwater, 16, farmhand, first on the scene of forced landing.
Mrs. John David Durante of San Leandro, Calif., tidies hair and tends to makeup in RCAF hospital at Trenton station where the women passengers were accommodated.
Mrs. Richard Ciceri of Santiago, Calif., held her daughter Anita, 15 months, on her knee and her husband held baby daughter Lynn. Both were too concerned over children to worry about landing.
Baby Slept Through Crash--- so gently did pilot land C-47 airliner near Cobourg in forced landing yesterday tht even the second youngest of 44 passengers – Linda Ann Thompson, 8 months --- didn’t wake up. None aboard was even bruised. Stewardess Sandy Daine holds baby from Santa Ana, Calif. At left is Lorraine Cooper of Kansas City, No., actress.
47 Unhurt as Plane Belly Lands in Storm
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- Assorted newspaper clippings from The Globe, December 22, 1951
Source: John Folie, The Globe and Mail, Dec. 22, 1951
Acquired: February 2008
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- 22 Dec 1951
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