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Re: Hugh Hyde



>Date: Sun, 26 Jul 1998 11:54:03 -0600
>To:Jim_Agnew@IBM.NET
>From:dmartin@cougar.netutah.net (Dennis Martin)
>Subject:Re: Hugh Hyde
>
>Jim Agnew wrote:
>
>> I will check and see what the part number was.
>
>Let us know.  My best friend's brother died with a friend two weeks ago in
>a smoke-filled Cessna cabin.  (What an ironic loss - he was the head MD in
>our hospital's emergency room).  They crashed in a field 50 yds. from the
>runway.  So close, but the smoke got to them just before landing.  They
>actually died from impact since the gear caught in an alfalfa field and
>flipped them - the fuselage ended up about 10 yards from the numbers.
>
>I just finished a 12 hr. round trip from Provo, UT to Pullman, Washington
>in a C-172.  Gayle was my navigator.  It's my longest cross country yet,
>and several times I wondered what I'd do about smoke in the cockpit.  You
>and Hugh just answered it.
>
>All the best to you Hugh, and speedy recovery.
>
>
>Thanks,
>
>Dennis Martin
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