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Our last position reports of the Germanwings plane shows a very rapid descent
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24Charlie 24 Mar 15
Replying to @9VSKA @planefinder
30 looks like a blip, no change in altitude
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Coen Springelkamp 24 Mar 15
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Gecrashte Airbus daalde Zeer snel! :
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MartijnFSnl 24 Mar 15
Replying to @springelkamp
maar rare data, zelfde heading, zelfde snelheid, maar bijkans recht naar beneden
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Chris 24 Mar 15
Replying to @planefinder @KayBurley
: Our last position reports of the Germanwings plane shows a very rapid descent
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Rohit Kachroo 24 Mar 15
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: Our last position reports of the Germanwings plane shows a very rapid descent
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Rebecca Gray 24 Mar 15
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RT: : Our last position reports of the Germanwings plane shows a very rapid descent
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Frank Bascombe 24 Mar 15
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. 8 km in 3 minuts.
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John B(ooo! Spoooky! 👻🎃) 24 Mar 15
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Normal descent is 2k f/m; max non-emergency is 3k f/m MT : Germanwings plane shows a very rapid descent
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GD Fraser 24 Mar 15
momentary 14000 fpm ROD What was that about Followed by erratic but consistent descent at emergency rate?
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