She Survived Worst Aviation Disaster in GTA History
CBC Archives Clip
It was one of Air Canada’s worst aviation disasters. It was July 5th, 1970, Flight 621, crashed in an open field in Brampton, ON, killing all 109 passengers and crew members on board. The cause: human error.
Lynda Fishman, then 13 years old living in Montreal, QC, was devastated to find out that her mother and two sisters were killed in that crash. Her shocking reality instantly captured hearts and headlines around the world.
Forty years after the crash, Fishman and her family are marking the anniversary of their loss with a personal memoir, Repairing Rainbows: A True Story of Family, Tragedy and Choices. For the first time since their deaths, Lynda shares her personal journey from calamity to triumph.
Lynda Fishman appears at the LONG BRANCH library on April 12th from 7-8PM.
Please register: 416-394-5320
For more information and to purchase the book, visit: www.repairingrainbows.com.