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Cirrus Caps deployment and recovery video in Quebec

Soumis
 
On 27 July 2019 I crashed my plane in the remote wilderness of Quebec. I was rescued 5 hours later by Canadian Heroes. #planecrash #cirruslife #canadianheroes Credits: US Coast Guard "Pilot safe after ditching aircraft 253 miles northeast of Maui, Hawaii" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gCMd... Music Info: Epic Cinematic Dramatic Adventure Trailer by RomanSenykMusic. Ross Bugden INSTAGRAM! : https://instagram.com/rossbugden/ (rossbugden) TWITTER! : https://twitter.com/RossBugden… (www.youtube.com) Plus d'info...

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Cansojr
Cansojr 9
We must tip our hits to the men and women rescue Parajumpers, Evac-helos and all the support a CANADIAN or AMERICAN search and rescue services will put their lives at risk to save another soul whether it is sea, land, ice, or water. It is uncommon in this world that work as well as the AMERICAN and CANADIAN Rescue Centres and coordinate their operations in joint ventures.
PSUAth
Supercool Marmol 4
I'm curious as to what happens "next"
1) Is the guy billed for the search and rescue? or is that just covered by the Canadian tax dollars?
2) What happens to the plane? I'm guessing he had other items that were left int he plane. Will it be salvaged?
3) insurance? i'm sure there's a payout somewhere. does the mfg get involved to find out what happened?

i'm not trying to bust this guy. I think it's awesome that he was able to ditch safely, and was quickly rescued. A great job by everybody. I'm just curious as to once the rescue blankets are folded and the news cameras pack up, what happens next?
PegLegJim
Jim Welch 2
I was wondering the same thing.
Don’t quote me on this, because it’s nothing but speculation.
I don’t think he will be billed for it, as it was a valid Mayday. I do think however that while the plane may be un-recoverable because of the remote location, they may require fuel/oil recovery.
I would be interested to hear from anyone who knows how that’s handled there, and thanx in advance!
jthyland
jthyland 1
Indeed, hats off to Evac, Sheriffs, Search/rescue, Coast Guard, etc. that do this all day-every day.

Cirrus-I don't know, I do not own or fly one, just hear-say from friends: Insurance is double than similar a/c. All deployments are total loss.?
Frosty1025
Frosty1025 0
Curious about the neatly cut wood for the fire, the smell of fuel and the fire so close to the aircraft, the fire started so close to other tress that could start a forest fire, the close captioning mentioning Hamas as a key word to attract viewers. If any are true, then al lot of no-no’s to learn from.
nasdisco
Chris B 2
It took five hours to be rescued. Assuming the video is a collection of short sections.
andrewsmithh
a a 0
awesome story

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