decide whether the sentence below contains a misplaced and/or dangling modifier or no error.

Having flipped the canoe, all the camping gear was lost in the river.

A. dangling
B. misplaced
C. both misplaced and dangling
D. No error

I think it is: No Error?

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asked by Cassie
  1. It may be dangling.

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  2. I think it's dangling to. :)

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    posted by Cindy
  3. Thank You. Will you look at my previous question. Its labelled English and it has to do with Participial phrases.

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