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Air Crash, Biggin Hill

Volume 526: debated on Wednesday 7 April 1954

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asked the Undersecretary of State for Air if he has considered particulars which have been sent to him concerning another incident of a crash at Biggin Hill; and, in view of the danger to life and property, if he will consider purchasing Mr. Salisbury's house and compensating him in full.

My noble Friend will reply to my hon. Friend's letter of 31st March as soon as he has considered the findings of the court of inquiry into this accident. Meanwhile, I should like to express regret for the damage and injury caused.