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    Posted July 17, 2014 by
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    The unquie date July 17 and the months starting from 'J'

     
    This date especially refers with planes being involved. Its is not only this date but also from mid June to end July, there have been a lot of tragic events taken place. Kaleva plane crash, BOAC flight 777 plane crash, Cathy Pacific plane crash, Itavia flight 870 crash, Iran Air flight 655 and Malaysian flight 17 were all shot down in the months of June and July. I don't why these months are special because majority of the planes being shot down were in these two months. Also Malaysian flight 17 shares an anniversary with TWA flight 800 as both the planes were made from boeing, both planes had more than 200 passengers, both were heading to an international destination but the date was the same. Now the main focus is the present and with the conclusions we have, we regard it as it has been shot down, but not everyone is satisfied so the other causes cannot be ruled before even conducting an investigation. Here are those causes which can lead to such events, a minor bomb blast because if it is a major one the wreckage would be more widespread or there maybe a decompression cutting the hydraulics and maybe the flight wasn't controllable. But for the correct answer we have to wait for the investigators to their job. It was just a reminder of our memories which took place in these two months and a unique co incidence.

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