|Death: ||Jan., 1918, England|
Evidence was given by Colonel Greene Cherry at the inquest on January 7th 1918 on Capt. Durrant Capper, who was killed in a flying accident in Essex, that immediately after getting into the air the engine went wrong, and in a forced descent at a bad place, a gust of wind caught the machine and swung it into a tree, The jury returned a verdict of accidental death, and expressed the view that the pilot was not to blame.
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Record added: Oct 24, 2009
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