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D-Day flyby in Chilliwack Friday

Buffalo - Paul J. Henderson
Buffalo
— image credit: Paul J. Henderson

Sardis residents may be alarmed at the sound of low-flying aircraft this Friday, but the plane winging its way over Vedder View Gardens Cemetery on Watson Road at 11 a.m. is commemorating the 70th anniversary of D-Day, not attempting an emergency landing.

Residents are welcome to attend the parade and ceremony starting at 10:30 a.m., which concludes with a CC 115 Buffalo  flying overhead.

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