Friends’ shock as plane nosedives into field

Braintree and Witham Times: Friends’ shock as plane nosedives into field Friends’ shock as plane nosedives into field

Two brave chefs tried in vain to save the victims of a horrific plane crash.

Mark Reynolds and Mike Nepean were on a break together at the Fox and Goose, near Chelmsford, when they spotted the YAK 52 nosedive into a nearby field on Saturday.

The pair, who are both from the Witham area, clambered through fields for about half a mile to get to the light aircraft, which had exploded into a ball of flames.

See today's Witham Times for the full story

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1:37pm Thu 3 Apr 14

pierre-pierre says...

no sign of an article in todays Brainless and Whitless
no sign of an article in todays Brainless and Whitless pierre-pierre
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7:36pm Thu 3 Apr 14

/@|_|@\ says...

Whoa whoa whoa. What makes them "brave"? Running across a field to a plane engulfed in flames? Did they actually dive in and fight the flames? Please, get a grip, guys. Ad, what the hell does their work as cooks have to do with the price of a Yak?
Whoa whoa whoa. What makes them "brave"? Running across a field to a plane engulfed in flames? Did they actually dive in and fight the flames? Please, get a grip, guys. Ad, what the hell does their work as cooks have to do with the price of a Yak? /@|_|@\
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10:10pm Thu 3 Apr 14

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/@|_|@\ asks "What does their work as cooks have to do with the price of a Yak"? The answer my friend is at:- http://buyexoticmeat s.com/yakburgers.htm l OMPITA [Intl]
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