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Scared of flying? What about piloting a plane blind?

Jennifer Doherty flew a plane to raise awareness of the Donegal Centre for Independent Living.

MOST PEOPLE WOULD baulk at the prospect of flying a plane. Piloting a metal box through the air isn’t exactly the easiest thing to do.

However, this didn’t stop one Donegal woman – even though she’s blind.

Jennifer Doherty took to the skies to raise awareness of the Donegal Centre For Independent Living.

She said that, like all groups that rely on donations, they need to raise funds, but she didn’t want to do this around a ‘charitable’ image of disability.

Instead, she wanted to promote it from a positive aspect.

Watch Jennifer’s amazing feat below:

Source: DonegalCentre4IndependentLiving/Vimeo

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