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Helicopter pilot swims to safety after crash landing in Hudson River

Independent Wednesday, 15 May 2019 ()
A helicopter pilot has swum to safety after crash landing in New York's Hudson River.
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A small plane made an emergency landing in the Hudson River Tuesday night.

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