Copter grounding puts natives in a fix


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  • Sunday, 05 Sep 2004

MIRI: The grounding of Hornbill Skyways helicopters since yesterday has the community in the interior regions worried. 

Without the helicopters, Sarawak's unique flying doctor service catering to over 100,000 people in the remote areas would have to be suspended. 

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