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The Real Story: CAA Director on B-17 crash at Bradley

The B-17 that crashed at Bradley International Airport was part of a group of vintage aircraft owned by a Massachusetts foundation that puts its planes on tour, offering rides in them, to raise money to keep them flying. The state Connecticut Airport Authority gave final approval for the tour stop at Bradley International. The authority’s Executive Director Kevin Dillon discusses the accident.

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