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Growing impatient at length, the men surrounding the mill cried that unless Richard came out they would burn it down.
He therefore decided to give himself up, only stipulating that his surrender should be received by one worthy to take it.
A video posted by Mark Lydzinski on social media in 2015 showed the father and son running the motor of a small, single-passenger aircraft the younger Lydzinski said his father had built.
"The Times" and other newspapers have recently drawn attention to the fact that the windmill is fast disappearing, especially in Sussex.
NTSB spokesman Terry Williams said the agency is still in the "very early stage" of the investigation.Among those who fled for their lives were Richard and his son.Their intention was to reach the shelter of the Priory, within whose walls they had passed the previous night.There was no answer at the Lydzinski family home in Clifton during a visit on Monday.Messages left for the deceased pilot's son, Mark Lydzinski, did not draw a response.