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Former Woodbury flight attendant sentenced for starting plane fire

Eder Rojas will serve six years in prison for setting fire to an airplane bathroom during a flight from Minneapolis to Saskatchewan. Rojas lit the fire because he was angry about working the route. Pilots made an emergency landing in Fargo.
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Eder Rojas will serve six years in prison for setting fire to an airplane bathroom during a flight from Minneapolis to Saskatchewan. Rojas lit the fire because he was angry about working the route. Pilots made an emergency landing in Fargo.

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