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Publicerad: 13 Mars 2009, 10:33
For months after California’s Northridge earthquake of 1994, aftershocks rocked the San Fernando Valley and Van Nuys Airport.
One morning about three weeks after the initial quake there was a particularly sharp aftershock.
Moments later on Van Nuys’ ground control frequency: "Uh, four-three-kilo would like to file a pilot report for moderate turbulence on the east taxiway…"