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There wasn’t any need for a water landing. And few days later on October 4, 1909, Wilbur flew for his largest audience, soaring up the Hudson River. This marvelous invention, that had been a secret just a few years earlier, was now being witnessed by millions. 58 About a month after the historic flights over the Hudson, the brothers formed their own company. The Wright Company. Not a bad name for a company, wouldn’t you agree? They were soon producing 2 planes a month. And by late 1910, manufacturing moved from a smaller rented space into the brothers’ own newly constructed factory in Dayton, Ohio.
There’s no escape. They’re chewing us clear through our underwear and socks. Do you think we should try and warn Spratt before he gets here? Aah! I think he’s already on his way down—ow—ow! A few days later, George Spratt arrived at the camp. Cough… cough… Well, I can’t breathe here. I’ll take my chances with the mosquitoes. Why is your camp on fire? It’s just smoke. We’re burning some old wood. It’s the only thing that helps keep the mosquitoes away. 33 Minutes later. Cough… cough… The mosquitoes are worse.
But there’s been an accident. I can take over teaching your class. Death was always a possibility. But it didn’t seem real. Even knowing that some of their heroes like Lilienthal had perished during an accident… …it just didn’t seem real. I should have been there helping him. Not here in France. 55 Death was real now. But it was not Orville who paid the price. Lieutenant Selfridge, Orville’s passenger, was killed during the crash. And Orville was injured and spent the next couple of months recuperating in the Army hospital.