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Paul Byron nearly gets hit by a plane and helps save a man's life

Published July 24, 2022 at 5:34 PM
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As reported by RDS.ca, Montreal Canadiens forward Paul Byron just experienced a very peculiar scene, as he was nearly hit by a seaplane. The aircraft in question went down a few feet away from him.

Afterwards, Habs forward Paul Byron helped save the life of the pilot who crashed his seaplane.

Byron was with his brother-in-law Neal Leblond, his father-in-law Jean Leblond and family friend Jonathan Legault on a fishing trip.

"Paul jumped in the water before me," says Neal Leblond. There was metal everywhere, gas, the engine was hot. Paul took the man in charge. We risked our lives going into the water."



"Paul Byron was participating in a fishing trip with his brother-in-law Neal Leblond, his father-in-law Jean Leblond and family friend Jonathan Legault when the seaplane piloted by a man crashed a few yards from them." - RDS

Bravo to Paul and his loved ones!

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