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Loc Token: ucf9c1g0420901061
Case Status: UNSOLVED
Condition: ALL 52 PASSENGERS WERE KILLED
Location: 100 Mile House, British Columbia, Canada
File Name: Domestic Flight Exploded
Author/Contributor: Nehrika N. T.

Canadian Pacific Air Lines Flight 21

File Number: 104200106

100 Mile House, British Columbia: A scheduled domestic flight heading to Whitehorse, Yukon exploded on July 8, 1965. All 52 passengers were killed, in this aviation incident that was later discovered to have been caused by a bomb. It is considered to be one of Canada's largest unsolved mass murders. RCMP investigators believe that the perpetrator was one of four suspicious passengers onboard, classifying it as a suicide attack.

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