Pilots undeterred following crash Newfoundland and Labrador pond
from CBC News
Two men who escaped a float plane accident on the Burin Peninsula in Newfoundland and Labrador say they were "surprised and shaken" by the incident — but will not be deterred from flying again. The crash happened in Garnish Pond, near Marystown. Derek Morris, 61, originally from Grand Bank, but now residing in Vernon, British Columbia, was learning some techniques from Frenchman's Cove resident David Sperry, 64. Both men are accredited pilots.
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