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Update on STFC Plane Crash

Here is an update on the Swindon Town Official's severly injured in a plane crash yesterday.

CLUB STATEMENT

Further to the earlier statement, the club can now confirm the names of the club officials involved in the light aircraft crash at Denham on Saturday evening.

Swindon Town Chief Executive, Mark Devlin, Sales & Marketing Manager, Mike Sullivan, recent investor Bill Power, together with Mark's son, Stan were travelling back from the opening day fixture at Hartlepool United by plane when the aircraft came down at Denham Golf Course in Buckinghamshire just after 7pm.

All, together with the pilot and an un-named passenger are currently receiving treatment at Wexham Park Hospital, Slough.

Vital Swindon Town would like to pass their thoughts onto the victims of this crash as well as the extended Swindon Town Football Club family






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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday August 6 2006

Time: 11:18PM

Your Comments

sorry to hear that!
Bud
very bad news must be a right downer for everyone at swindon!
swanzboichris
Lets hope they are all okay. It's a good job the whole team didn't travel by plane or it could have been a lot worse.
PoolieJohn
Speedy recovery to all of them I hope.
APG_STFC
 

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