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In an RCAF Press Release dated March 23, 1945, F/L McCarthy from Little Falls, New York, stated, "There was a shambles in Winterswijk yards. I saw the cars of one train being torn apart and others blown off the tracks -- a real good show."
In Typhoon and Tempest by Hugh Halliday, on page 185, McCarthy, noted as being with 438 and 440 Squadron, flying Typhoon MN380, was hit by flak on March 2 1945. McCarthy was safe, but the aircraft was not repaired.