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Swiss Air Flight 111 - Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia

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Image American Airlines Captain Dennis Geary went the extra mile in helping the team reach Peggy's Cove as quickly as possible. image Kristina Koutroubas from American Airlines with Doug at the plane's cargo bay, during the transfer of the team's rescue equipment onto their connecting flight.
image The team arrives in Peggy's Cove and meet Frank Dorrington and Sy Chayter of the RCMP. image The Casualty Locator is ready to go - it located 19 clusters of victims and the fuselage at depths of 150 feet in 40 knot winds and 25 foot seas.
image Rescue Chief Doug Copp, (center), with team members Michael James and Jody Smith, prepare to board the RCMP search boat. DeWalt has provided tools for ARTI. image RCMP Sgt. Sy Chayter boards the search boat. He confirmed the Casualty Locator's results in a unsuspecting "blind test" the next day.
image The RCMP search boat leaves the dock... image and Peggy's Cove, for the crash site 10 miles out to sea.
image Peggy's Cove retreats into the distance. image Team member Jody Smith gazes towards the crash site after the Casualty Locator found it.
image The team's destination: HMCS Preserver. The Casualty Locator found the crash site with a reading of 24 ppm enroute to the ship. image The team approaches the HMCS Preserver and a smaller Coast Guard ship.
image Doug and Michael en route to a meeting on HMCS Preserver. image Doug and Michael on HMCS Preserver.
image The meeting with Preserver's Captain concluded, Doug descends to the RCMP search boat. The team was assigned a working search channel after an officer plotted "casualty hits". image The search begins. Jody uses the Casualty Locator. All members of the team and the RCMP used the device. It located 19 "confirmed casualty clusters" to within one second of latitude/longitude.
image Jody uses a net to scoop material out of the water. image The world media descends on Peggy's Cove.
image At the end of a shift, Michael cleans the search boat's deck. image Team member Mary Reigel on the RCMP search boat. Mary was busy debriefing "rescuers" who had experienced more than anyone should be expected to.
image Doug poses next to a sign made by local schoolchildren. image Mary does the same.
image The team with one of the many tireless Salvation Army personnel at the scene. For 13 years, ARTI has seen the Salvation Army setup their tables and give necessary relief to victims. image A community mourns. But unlike the 1996 TWA crash, the victims were located and didn't simply disappear. Now, airline crash victims can be recovered at sea.
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