Test Flight Goes Down in the Pacific

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Test Flight

A test flight of Santa’s sleigh has crashed in the waters of the South Pacific.

Details are sketchy at this time but initial reports from the SS Jinglebell are good in that the sleigh pilot and reindeer involved in the flight are okay and have been rescued.

North Pole Flight Command has grounded the entire fleet of test sleighs while an investigation is conducted.

The SS Jinglebell, the SS Mistletoe and the SS Frosty were all within 200 miles of the sleigh crash and all were involved in search and rescue operations. 9 of the remaining test flight sleighs have landed safely on the SS Mistletoe and 2 are on the SS Frosty.

This is a developing situation. We will keep you posted.

There is no word yet on when the test flight schedule will resume.

Elf Meg Nogg
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