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Old 2nd November 2017, 12:58
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6 November 1942 Spitfire EN825 RAF Digby

6 November 1942 Spitfire EN825 RAF Digby (Canadian) Forced landed at Bathley Nottinghamshire.

Unknown pilot was found at a nearby cottage trying to telephone his base. Conveyed to RAF Hospital Rauceby by RAF Ossington's ambulance with back pain. EN825 became Seafire NX905 and was in more accidents 31/5/43 and 8/2/44.

Can anybody name the pilot please ?
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