Edgar County Airport

Fire-Bombed Planes moved to Secured Storage –


Late last night, November 22, 2013, after working all day on loading, cutting, and securing the fire-bombed remains of the two airplanes at the Edgar County Airport in Paris, Illinois, a recovery crew from Wisconsin finally started moving the remaining pieces to a secured storage area in Osh-Kosh, Wisconsin.

They will remain there until the investigation into the incident is completed. Let’s hope the culprits are swiftly apprehended, as this is not the only incident at the airport in recent weeks.

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