Hurricane Duxford

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rob68
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Hurricane Duxford

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Have seen a Tweet, Hurricane had an issue at Duxford, pilot ok

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cometguymk1
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There is a photo floating around of V7497 on its belly on the airfield

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From twitter Royston fire service

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The picture suggests not too much damage, engine condition on landing notwithstanding of course.
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Prop was stationary when it hit the ground. Could be good news, could be bad news. I'm sure it will be fixed in due course.

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