Dallas, Omar Villafranca, National Transportation Safety Board discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

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Officials say the 6 men who were killed in a midair collision out of Dallas air show were experienced aviators with years of flight training, CBS's Omar villafranca reports from Dallas. Spectators watched in horror as two vintage planes collided midair in the skies above Dallas before crashing to the ground in a ball of flames. On the airport. Rescue crews rushed to the crash site, but found no survivors. Now, investigators with the national transportation safety board are combing through the wreckage, as well as videos of the incident, trying to figure out what went wrong. A preliminary report from the NTSB is expected to be released in about four to 6 weeks. Well, if you see or hear military aircraft flying above our area overnight, it's nothing to worry about. The North American aerospace defense command or norad says it will be conducting military training flights tonight, starting at midnight and continuing at about until about two 30 in the morning. The aircraft taking part will include air force fighter jets at coast guard helicopter, small general aviation aircraft. Some parts of the exercise could involve flights that are visible from the ground, norad routinely conducts exercises with a variety of scenarios, including airspace restriction violations, hijackings, and responses to unknown aircraft. Metro's silver line extension to dulles airport will finally open up tomorrow afternoon. And while president Jack Potter and metro GM Randy Clark said, you're going to like the easy tunnel from the train platform under a parking lot that you can't

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