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Published: Tuesday, July 16 2013 5:00 a.m. MDT

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Salt Lake City, UT

"Ten years ago, before his teaching days, he experienced a simulator accident as a commercial pilot that left him with excruciating back pain."


Hold it!? I thought the whole point of using "simulators" was to avoid the possibility of accidents during training!

I hope he got a good settlement.

play by the rules

A great way to cement a legacy of faith for the next generation.

Enumclaw, WA

This story brought back so many wonderful memories. My experience participating in the pageant 44 years ago was life-changing, making the Book of Mormon come alive for me and planting my feet firmly on the gospel path. along with my later mission, it was one of life's highlights.

Ranch Hand
Bountiful, UT

Must have really dug a hole with the simulator!

Paul in MD
Montgomery Village, MD

We went Tuesday. He did a great job.

Samhill, a simulator is still a complex mechanical device. The chances of an accident are far smaller, but any mechanical device can fail and cause injury.

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