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National Transportation Safety Board

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  • Vintage fighter plane crashes in Durango, Colo., killing 2

    A vintage World War II fighter plane built in 1944 crashed Friday morning shortly after taking off in Durango, Colo., killing the two people aboard, authorities said. The victims' identities have not been released. Dan Bender, spokesman for the La...
  • NTSB denies request to reopen TWA Flight 800 crash investigation

    NTSB denies request to reopen TWA Flight 800 crash investigation
    The National Transportation Safety Board will not reopen the 1996 crash investigation of Trans World Airlines Flight 800 despite a continuing fight to get the agency to consider whether a missile hit the plane, the agency announced Wednesday. The...
  • Plane that crashed in Middlesex was sound, report says

    Plane that crashed in Middlesex was sound, report says
    MIDDLESEX – A preliminary report issued Wednesday by the National Transportation Safety Board for the fatal plane crash in Topping on Sunday does not show any initial mechanical problems with the aircraft. According to the report, no "anomalies"...
  • FAA investigating Bucks skydiving accident

    Two people were seriously injured sky diving Tuesday morning in upper Bucks County. Perkasie police said officers were called to an open area near Guth Elementary School on Seventh Street in the borough at 11:06 a.m. on reports of a sky-diving accident....
  • Safety board to rule on last year's Asiana Airlines crash

    SAN FRANCISCO A federal safety board Tuesday is expected to officially determine the cause of the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport last year, which raised troubling questions about pilot training and the...
  • Asiana crew confused by aircraft's technology; emergency response criticized, NTSB finds

    WASHINGTON The deadly crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport directly resulted from the crew's confusion over the plane's technology, federal officials said Tuesday, adding that emergency officials responding to the...
  • In wake of Blue Line crash, feds want agencies to test trains

    In wake of Blue Line crash, feds want agencies to test trains
    The investigation into the CTA train wreck in March at the O’Hare station prompted a federal alert Thursday to all U.S. rail transit systems to conduct tests ensuring adequate stopping distance of trains in emergency-braking situations. The...
  • 2 plane crashes minutes apart kill 4 in Florida

    2 plane crashes minutes apart kill 4 in Florida
    Test flights claimed the lives of four Florida residents in two separate plane crashes about 90 minutes apart. One plane crashed near Daytona International Airport on Monday night, killing two people, according to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office....
  • Tracy Morgan responsive but still critical after crash

    Tracy Morgan responsive but still critical after crash
    NEW BRUNSWICK - Actor-comedian Tracy Morgan is in critical condition in hospital but was more responsive a day after he was badly hurt in a deadly New Jersey highway crash, his spokesman said on Sunday. Morgan, who gained fame as a member of the...
  • Actor Tracy Morgan critical but 'more responsive' after crash

    Actor Tracy Morgan critical but 'more responsive' after crash
    Actor-comedian Tracy Morgan is in critical condition in hospital but was more responsive a day after he was badly hurt in a deadly New Jersey highway crash, his spokesman said on Sunday. Morgan, who gained fame as a member of the "Saturday Night Live"...
  • Pilot agrees to pay $20K to Glendale for damages, expenses in 2012 plane crash

    Pilot agrees to pay $20K to Glendale for  damages, expenses in 2012 plane crash
    A man who crashed a Cessna plane into a Glendale neighborhood in 2012 has agreed to pay the city $20,000, according to a city announcement this week. The City Council agreed during a closed-door meeting on Tuesday to accept the payment as a settlement...