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Canadian copters hit Kosovo power lines

Friday, January 14, 2000


Canadian helicopters flying reconnaissance missions for the NATO peacekeeping force in Kosovo have twice collided with unmarked, unmapped power lines.

The two Griffon helicopters that struck the lines suffered only minor damage, and there were no injuries to the crews. Reports of the incidents were obtained through the Access to Information Act.




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