Sept. 21 - Search teams find the body of a U.S. aerobatics pilot three days after his plane crashed in northeast China. Paul Chapman reports.
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The body of U.S aerobatic pilot David Riggs was found three days after his plane crashed into this lake in north-east China.
His Lancier aircraft plunged into Caihu lake on Tuesday during a trial flight for an air show.
A Chinese interpreter on board with him was rescued but died later in hospital.
Chinese state broadcaster CCTV said Riggs was an experienced Hollywood aerobatic pilot who'd set several world speed records.
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