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A cow injured by a Chinook helicopter is among 35 incidents involving low-flying military aircraft in East Anglia over the past five years. Farmers are among those most regularly affected by low-flying helicopters and fixed wing aircraft, according to details released by the Ministry of Defence. In total, the MoD paid out £234,170 in compensation for loss and damage caused by low-flying military aircraft over East Anglia and Lincolnshire between 2011-12 and 2015-16. See also: Farmer receives £18k payout after […]
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