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Author Brendan Lillis speaks about new book, Atlin's Anguish

A devastating place crash shook the community of Atlin in 1986. The crash killed five people, including a local politician and his wife, and three of Atlin's most prominent citizens. Bush pilot Theresa Bond walked away from the crash but had to live with the guilt. Her brother, Brendan Lillis, speaks to Betsy Trumpener about the book he wrote about Theresa's life, titled Atlin's Anguish.

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