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Based on the images that are shown right after the Snap, there seems to be a lot of deaths that are side effects of the snap. Everyone who was on a plane when the pilot went away, people in cars, and similar situations.

Those were, strictly speaking, natural deaths, so the question is: were those deaths reversed and brought back by Banner's snap or would they stay dead?

I’m not taking here about people that died before the Snap (i.e. Vision, etc) but about people that died after the Snap, because of the Snap, but without being “willed out of existence”.

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  • >>but were not “willed out of existence”. This is actually questionable. I doubt anyone knows what the actual 'will' (read 'wish') was... but if it was that 'as a result' X percent of all sentient beings would cease to exist, it might well have included those who were killed. – Vaughn Ohlman Aug 11 '20 at 19:53
  • I’ve closed this as a duplicate of your own past question. Could you clarify if these are different if I’ve misunderstood something? – TheLethalCarrot Aug 11 '20 at 20:00
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    I have a similar question myself but it asks about the likes of presnap causalities (I.e. Vision) but I was watching it the other day and I was thinking: “oh, it sucks for all the people on that plane” – Jorge Córdoba Aug 11 '20 at 20:00
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    @PaulD.Waite ”I mean we only brought back the people who were effectively disintegrated by the Snap at the end of Infinity War.” that seems pretty explicit to me. – TheLethalCarrot Aug 11 '20 at 20:33