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Quick-thinking pilot narrowly avoids collision during take off and is forced to FLY OVER a plane that crossed his path on the runway

An error made by air traffic control may have caused the near collision of two passenger planes at Shanghai Hongqiao Airport, according to China's Civil Aviation Authority CAAC.
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