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Landing while blind

Called to the aid of Glasgow-born Jim O'Neill, 65, who had suffered a stroke in his Cessna and had gone blind at 15,000 feet, RAF pilots flew to his aid, and talked him down to a safe landing.

Reports like this remind me how much turns out just fine.

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