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Scared of plane crash?

Today I seen that the plane carrying the soccer team in Brazil crashed.. i m terrified now of crashing again I finally got over it for a few weeks now this happened... please tell me I ll be okay I ll be going to France in February.

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The safest time to fly is after such an incident because all pilots are double checking themselves to make sure it doesn't happen to them.

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The safest time to fly is after such an incident because all pilots are double checking themselves to make sure it doesn't happen to them.

Posted on Feb 03, 2017

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