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Debris Field, ...interesting contrast...

FreddytheK
post Mar 27 2015, 07:54 PM
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...interesting contrast between the debris fields of United #93 and that of Germanwings #9525...
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QUOTE (FreddytheK @ Mar 27 2015, 07:54 PM) *
...interesting contrast between the debris fields of United #93 and that of Germanwings #9525...


Yessir, a huge contrast.

In the Alps, all the aircraft debris can be seen, even in the small pieces it was. Tires can be seen, baggage can be seen, and body parts too.

At Shanksville nothing could be seen, even by Wally Miller walking through the field. That, because there was no Boeing at Shanksville.
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