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Bystander Footage of Canadian/Danish Pilots After Ejecting From Aircraft

This footage was taken by a bystander on the 10th of July in 2011 after a Canadian Instructor and Danish Student were forced to eject from their CT-155 Hawk Trainer Jet

Here is an excerpt from a news report (Edmonton Journal) :The aircraft was at 15,000 feet when the pilots heard a
loud bang. The pilots shut down the engine and began gliding back toward
the airfield, he said. The pilots called in an emergency, indicating
that ejection was imminent. Upon hearing this, firefighters, military
police and an ambulance were dispatched from Cold Lake as part of
standard emergency protocols.
The pilots ejected at
2,500 feet after realizing the plane would not make it to the runway.
They landed in some muskeg, which cushioned the fall. The pilots met an
ambulance on a highway seven kilometers from the base and were taken to
hospital.

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Added: Jun-14-2012 Occurred On: Jun-10-2011
By: SplitAtomsSoul
In:
WTF, Weapons
Tags: Canada Ejection, Crash, Survived
Location: Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada (load item map)
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