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if an airplane carring the u.s. swim team crashed directly on the border between the united states and canada, in which country would the survivors be buried?

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  1. Why should the survivors be buried at all?

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  2. i need answer

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  3. Well, if someone survies a crash, they are alive and thus do not need to buried... no matter the location.

    ;) i think it's a trick question.

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  4. niether

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