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The legislation would make it easier for them to recoup money for medical bills and other costs when injured in crashes.
Bold industrial policy is a critical component of any successful crash decarbonization program.
The NTSB asserts it is required to withhold the Lion Air crash records because those documents are relevant to the Ethiopian investigation, since both crashes were linked to the same software.
It’s a painful juxtaposition to accept, said Michael Stumo, the father of Samya Rose Stumo, a 24-year-old public health worker from Massachusetts who perished in the ET 302 crash.
Boeing and federal regulators were faulted in several investigations of the crashes for missing fatal flaws in the aircraft.
The couple’s son, Macdara, was just a few months old at the time of the crash and will never know his father.
Changes were also mandated for the plane’s autopilot and wiring has to be rerouted to limit the risks it could cause a failure similar to what was seen in the crashes.
Northbound lanes of Interstate 270 were closed Wednesday afternoon in Maryland after a tractor-trailer crash, authorities said.
With the help of a few extra commands, Backhouse was able to set a timer that gave him just enough time to log out of the account before accountsservice crashed.
Dear Edward, by Ann NapolitanoA young boy loses his parents and brother in a plane crash of which he is the sole survivor in this beautifully written novel.

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