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Britain YAK crash

2. Britain – see report

The following comment bears comparison with the Hemple example:

Post-mortem examination

A specialist aviation pathologist who carried out post‑mortem examination of both pilots found that the
crash forces were outside the range of human tolerance and that both had suffered severe multiple injuries on
impact. Whilst neither exhibited classical control‑type injuries to their hands, the instructor had suffered
ankle fractures which might indicate his feet were on the rudder pedals at impact. Toxicology results were
negative other than for caffeine.

[ YAK – 52 Britain ]

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