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Two people were left injured after the world's longest aircraft broke free from its moorings and crashed into a field. The Airlander 10, which is 92 metres long and weighs 20 tonnes, broke free from a mooring mast in Cardington, Bedfordshire. One female member of staff had to be taken to hospital following the incident.

Two people were left injured after the world's longest aircraft broke free from its moorings and crashed into a field. The Airlander 10, which is 92 metres long and weighs 20 tonnes, broke free from a mooring mast in Cardington, Bedfordshire. One female member of staff had to be taken to hospital following the incident.

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Publication:Gulf Times (Doha, Qatar)
Date:Nov 21, 2017
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