On Oct. 4, 1960, 62 people died when Eastern Airlines Flight 375 plunged wing-first into
    Boston Harbor after flying into a flock of birds shortly after takeoff. It was the first commercial
    airline crash in Logan Airport's history, the deadliest air disaster in New England history at
    the time, and it remains the most deadly crash in US history involving a bird strike. Quote
    from a website that is no longer available.

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