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The crash of '''Germanwings Flight 4U9525''' on 24 March 2015 was a frightening instance of the essence of Baneposting tearing through the fabric of reality.
 
The crash of '''Germanwings Flight 4U9525''' on 24 March 2015 was a frightening instance of the essence of Baneposting tearing through the fabric of reality.
   
Co-pilot [[Baneposter|Andreas Lubitz]], who had been suffering from mental health issues and depression, locked the pilot out of the cockpit before initiating a descent that caused the aircraft to crash into a mountain. All 148 people on board were killed.
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Co-pilot [[Baneposter|Andreas Lubitz]], who had been suffering from mental health issues and depression, locked the pilot out of the cockpit before initiating a descent that caused the aircraft to crash into a mountain. All 150 people on board were killed.
   
 
Baneposters were quickly alerted to the fact that there were too many details connecting the crash to the [[Plane Scene]] to be coincidental. For example, the flight (the code of which began as 4U) crashed near a town named [[Bane|Les Bains]], there were no survivors, and the head investigator of the crash was named [[Expanded_Universe|Bruce Robin]].
 
Baneposters were quickly alerted to the fact that there were too many details connecting the crash to the [[Plane Scene]] to be coincidental. For example, the flight (the code of which began as 4U) crashed near a town named [[Bane|Les Bains]], there were no survivors, and the head investigator of the crash was named [[Expanded_Universe|Bruce Robin]].
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