CRASH OF A BOOMERANG
AT AN UNKNOWN LOCATION, WA
ON 14 AUGUST 1944

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Boomerang A46-122 "Suzy-Q"

Boomerang A46-167 of 85 Squadron RAAF, piloted by Sgt N. Halliday, was damaged when it was involved in a taxying accident at an unknown location in Western Australia on 14 August 1944, when the brakes failed. The Boomerang ran off the runway and the mainplane was damaged. The pilot was not injured.

REFERENCE BOOKS

"The Flying Inventor"
By Alan Mitchell

 

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