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The Dutch Queen’s Day of 2009
Pateo TV, Vol. 46
On April 30, 2009, while celebrating the Dutch national holiday of Queen’s Day at Apeldoorn in the Netherlands, a small black car (a Suzuki Swift), drove through two fences in order to end up against a monument at the side of the road, widely missing the open top bus with the self-proclaimed Dutch “royals”. The vehicle drove through people lining the street watching the parade, resulting in eight deaths and ten injuries. In the 46th episode of Pateo TV, all-round researcher Johan Oldenkamp shows what really happened:
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