CANADA: Seaplane Discovered Almost 100 Years After Sinking In A Lake in Province Of Quebec
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December 21, 2020 - by JOHANNE FOURNIER for www.latribune.ca
During a shoot made by Groupe PVP de Matane, the team made an intriguing discovery. Historian and wreck hunter Samuel Côté from Rimouski as well as explorer and diver Mario Cyr from Îles-de-la-Madeleine located the wreck of a seaplane that has been resting for 94 years in the depths of a lake in the North Coast.
This discovery is major in the history of Canadian aviation since it is the only original known in the world of such a complete HS-2L seaplane.
This information has been confirmed by the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, with whom the research team for the Mysteries of the Lakes series, which will be broadcast on Unis TV next year, had been in communication for several month.
According to Samuel Côté, the Museum exhibits the remains of an example of this type of seaplane. "The remains are...
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