Thu, Nov 18, 2004
Adam Katagiri Was Flying In Jordan
A 27-year old Canadian pilot
performing at an air show in Jordan was killed Monday when his
glider went down south of Amman.
Canadian authorities weren't sure exactly where Katagiri was
from, but he worked for the Royal Air Sports Club in the Red Sea
resort town of Aqaba.
The aircraft, type unknown, went down in the mountains near an
attraction called Wadi Rum. No details of the accident were
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