MH17: My lucky escape

Last updated 11:10 18/07/2014
Reuters

A woman who missed boarding the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight says she felt "sick" after hearing it had crashed. Deborah Gembara reports.

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One woman has spoken of her relief and getting a "second chance" after running late and missing flight MH17. 

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