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If you yank the drive out before the write is complete, safe or not, you'll be missing data. If the device is "ejectable" in any form, you could try that. If it supports unmounting, that would work too. Any way - even if it is a SSD-drive in RAID - if you yank it out before the led stops flickering, you're in trouble.
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