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  1. No, it wasn’t Cessna. It was a Buccaneer II, and:

    ‘ “Deane-Freeman says he has been flying since he was a kid but only got his licence last year, just before buying the unique plane.

    He admits he could have paid more attention to the warnings in the manual when he purchased the plane.

    “In the manual it says [these engines can be] subject to sudden stoppage, so I guess they mean that. They are not certified for use in any kind of aircraft, it says.” ‘

  2. So (continuing), Deanne-Freeman shouldn’t be certified for use in any kind of aircraft, ultralight or otherwise. And he should have taken his chances skimming the treetops, instead of shutting down an entire highway, and risking multiple crashes among vehicles.

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