In the Field | Nov 13, 2012 | 27:30

Timing is everything - Part 1

Survivors of a horrific plane crash in northern Alberta reflect on a time 30 years ago when a series of seemingly minor decisions ended up saving their lives -- and ending those of their unfortunate fellow passengers. A Copps has been be a shoe selling institution in B.C. for nearly a century. But after a lot of "sole searching" the head of the family-run business has decided to hang 'em up.

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