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by Derek Loosvelt | January 15, 2009

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In what looked like something out of the third act of a Michael Bay sequel, today while Bank of America’s stock was crashing on news of even more credit losses despite reports that Uncle Sam will likely hand the ailing institution another $15 billion in aid, the pilot with apparent ice-cold nerves of US Airways flight 1549 bound for BofA’s hometown of Charlotte, carrying several of the bank’s employees, safely landed his Airbus A320 into the Hudson River after reportedly hitting a flock of geese, miraculously saving all 150 passengers and five crew members on board.

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