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Body found in Madagascar believed to be Alana Cutland, student who jumped from plane
By Yaron Steinbuch
August 7, 2019 | 7:59am | Updated

Authorities in Madagascar have recovered a body believed to be that of a 19-year-old British student who plunged from a small plane in what police are investigating as a suicide, according to a report.

Alana Cutland, 19, a natural sciences student at Cambridge University, was on a research trip in the remote area of Anjajavy when she fell from the aircraft on July 25.

“They have found a human body north of the site where she fell,” local police chief Sinola Nomenjanahary told the UK’s Sun newspaper, adding that the body would be flown back to the capital, Antananarivo.

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I disagree.  Circle gets the square.

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... Nomenjanahary has said Cutland had been stressed out and suffered five panic attacks during her stay in Madagascar.

Cutland’s uncle Lester Riley, 68, said she became ill a few days after arriving — and he believes she had suffered a severe reaction to medication.  ...
Very strange.  :shrug:
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