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    If your interested in planes downed in water check out the story of the B25 Mitchel that went down in the Monongahela river in Pittsburgh in 1956. The river is only 20 feet deep and they never found it leading to the story of the ghost plane. Actually went down in Homestead, PA a few miles from the golden triangle confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers forming the Ohio. This was a witnessed crash.


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