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The plane that survived a midair collision over Superior, Wis., sits in Skydive Superior’s hanger on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 3, 2013, dripping oil. Steve Kuchera/FORUM NEWS SERVICE

Superior skydivers' escape was 'a minor miracle'

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The 11 survivors of a midair collision above Superior on Saturday evening took to the sky again Sunday, en route to New York City and a likely appearance this morning on national television.

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They’re set to appear on NBC’s “Today” show and plan to tell the harrowing story of a skydiving outing gone wrong. They also may share footage of the events shot via helmet-mounted video cameras — cameras that captured the frantic seconds as two small planes collided at 12,000 feet.

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