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Air crash survivor talks to Schaumburg group about lessons learned

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Jeff Miller, owner of Divine Signs in Schaumburg and survivor of the crash of United Airlines Flight 232 in July 1989, talks about what it was like that day at the Schaumburg Business Association breakfast on Tuesday.

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Audience members look at photos of a United Airlines plane crash from July 1989 as survivor Jeff Miller, owner of Divine Signs in Schaumburg, talks about escaping the plane without a scratch.

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

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It was pure coincidence that Jeff Miller, survivor of a July 1989 plane crash that killed 111 people, was invited to speak at a Schaumburg Business Association meeting just three days after the Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco. But the timing gave extra impact to his talk about the lessons he learned from the experience.
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    • Jeff Miller, owner of Divine Signs in Schaumburg and survivor of the crash of United Airlines Flight 232 in July 1989, talks about what it was like that day at the Schaumburg Business Association breakfast on Tuesday.
    • Audience members look at photos of a United Airlines plane crash from July 1989 as survivor Jeff Miller, owner of Divine Signs in Schaumburg, talks about escaping the plane without a scratch.
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