Manitoba crash a wake-up call for "fly-in" physicians

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A December plane crash in northern Manitoba served to remind the province's "fly-in" physicians of the perils their work may entail. Four people were killed and 13 injured in the crash, which left Dr. Gerry Huot in serious condition in a Winnipeg hospital. The accident caused a serious head injury, and 4 months later he remains in hospital. It is causing some physicians to rethink their travel plans.

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