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Navy contractor jet was on fire before deadly California crash, federal report says
"A federal report is shedding new light on a deadly California jet crash. I Norman hall, federal investigators say a navy contractor's aircraft caught fire before it crashed off the California coast early this month killing three people on board. The twin engine Gates learjet 36 a plunged into the Pacific Ocean near San Clemente island on May 10th while trying to make an emergency landing at a navy airfield there. That's according to a preliminary investigative report for the national transportation safety board. The crew of a second jet saw smoke from the aircraft. The two pilots and an additional crew member all civilians haven't been found in our presumed dead. The learjet's wreckage was located about a mile off shore, some of the debris showed evidence of fire before the crash. I Norman hall
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on WTOP
"Is once the program starts by providing them for free. In Annapolis, John dome in WTO P news. Two O 7, it's one of the deadliest crashes involving highway workers and now the NTSB, the national transportation safety board, has issued preliminary findings in a wreck and a Maryland work zone. Two cars were reportedly speeding on I 6 95 in Maryland, going above the 55 mile an hour limit and faster than the cars around them before one of the cars veered behind concrete dividers of a construction zone and killed 6 workers, including two brothers and a father and son. That's the preliminary finding of the national transportation safety board which is investigating the Baltimore county crash near woodlawn. Shortly after the crash in March, and TSB spokesperson, Peter Newton called it one of the worst crashes involving highway construction workers in recent years. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. It is two O 7. You can expect more fairfax county police in some neighborhoods come Monday after police say unmarked school buses tried to pick students up from their bus stops. We're not in the business of guessing here. We need to investigate. We need to figure out exactly why those buses were there. James curry is with fairfax county police. He says two separate buses tried to pick up students at stops and rested in lorton on Thursday morning. Both times the drivers drove away after a community member confronted them according to police. Students didn't import the bus in either case. In the Norton incident, police say the driver was there for another pickup and that no criminal activity is suspected. Fairfax county public schools says it will never send an unmarked bus to pick up students. Scott gelman WTO news coming up after traffic and weather, a good Thursday for the markets. Friday futures, however, are trending down, it is two O 8, get a precision AC tune up for only $59. Michael and son. Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks, it's got a couple of hotspots in the 2 a.m. hour. Here's the Crawford. We start with one of those hotspots in Maryland outer loop of the capitol beltway after the greenbelt metro crash involving a tractor trailer off the roadway may be on its roof over off the right side to right lanes blocked right now probably be more once the tow truck gets there and we try to get everything right at and out of your way Hopefully in time for the morning drive to work for Friday, can't guarantee that though. So expect some delays later on the outer loop after you pass green belt metrics at 24. The rest of the Maryland beltway is in good shape 95 the word continues northbound after the Howard county rest area with a couple of left lanes getting by. Also on 15. Across the bay bridge, the westbound span to shut down for work so the east bounce band carries the load to one lane in each direction to and from the shore. On the Virginia beltway, they were continuing on the outer loop after the George Washington memorial Parkway left like getting by, and then interloper work after chain bridge road route one 23 heading for Georgetown pike, route one 93, and the right lane is getting by without a great deal of fuss right now. Four 95 outer loop express lanes are shut down from their beginning near Georgetown pike all the way as far south as route 50 Arlington boulevard. On 95 southbound, the work after route one spotsylvania is a real fly in the ointment single right getting by slowly on 66 outside the bellway eastbound work after 28 Centreville heading for the fairfax county Parkway with the right lane getting by. East bounders, you've got west vendors, they should say you have the work before 29 rosalyn exit 73. That is one to the right to get by the ongoing work district travel, the southeast Southwest freeway is incident free, D.C. two 95 itune 95 likewise quiet. Looking for a safe way to sell your car, go to fits by cars dot com, get the best value for your car, the safe environment of a new dealership fits by cars dot com. That's the Fitz way. I'm Ian Crawford WTO traffic. Let's see what's ahead weather wise. Here's 7 news first alert meteorologist, chief meteorologist. Veronica Johnson. Not the bright, pretty day that we had around
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Safety board: Alabama derailed train lacked needed couplers
"Federal safety regulators have determined why a Norfolk Southern train derailed an Alabama earlier this month. I Norman hall. The national transportation safety board says the Norfolk Southern train that derailed in Alabama lacked required alignment control couplers for two of its locomotives and federal investigators say a company inspection did not identify the absence of the devices. The notation comes in one of three preliminary reports issued by NTSB about Norfolk Southern train accidents, the safety board was already investigating the fiery February derailment and toxic chemical burn in east Palestine, Ohio, the safety board says future investigation will focus on Norfolk Southern communication, maintenance, and inspection practices, as well as locomotive and railcar positioning and train handling. I Norman hall
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Here he is, he's an east Palestinian Ohio cut to go. In retrospect, should you have come a little sooner? So again, in terms of the timing of the visit, I'm trying to strike the right balance, allowing NTSB to play its role but making sure we're here in that show of support. What the hell does that mean? Does anybody know what that means? If he shows up the NTSB won't do its job, does anybody believe that for two seconds? Let me educate this moron. When I worked on the Reagan administration, the good old days, yes, the good old days. You may recall plain went down in the Potomac river on one terrible snowy day. The wings at the plane at Reagan national airport, national airport at the time. They froze over even though they had been sprayed with the chemical over and over again. The last time around, they needed another spring and they didn't get it. The plane couldn't take off. The belly flopped at full speed into the Potomac and it sank. And people are still entombed in that plane, some got out. And you remember the famous case of the gentleman who jumped into the water to save a woman. Who couldn't hold on any longer to a life vest or something that was thrown to her. A good friend of mine was a man by the name of drew Lewis. He was a great patriot. In a businessman for many years. Competent. He ran the Department of Transportation. He was secretary. And he didn't wait days and weeks and everything he walked onto the bridge. I think it was the bridge over three 95, if I recall, towards three 95. The national transportation safety board had its people there, coast guard, had its people there. He wasn't weighing the balance between showing up and the NTSB doing its job. It is a ridiculous comment. The reason Buttigieg wasn't there is because he's lazy. He doesn't want to be secretary of transportation. He has bigger ideas in mind. And because he's an incompetent. He's never run anything. Other than a small town. He was chosen for ideological end demographic reasons. That is the only reason he was chosen to run the Department of Transportation. He doesn't even have a resume that would qualify him for any low level position at the Department of Transportation. Period. And these are the kinds of people Biden is surrounded himself with. Given the fact that Joe Biden has never done anything in his life. Let's continue, cut three, go. You mentioned a national political figure who's decided to get involved. It sounds like you're talking about Trump. And then he said, I need your help. How can he help? Well, one thing he could do is express support for reversing the deregulation that happened on his watch. He had nothing to do with nothing to do with any deregulation. There was a ball bearing. So why do they immediately look for
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Safety investigators subpoena pilots over close call at JFK
"The FAA is investigating. The national transportation safety board is the agency looking into a close call last month. At New York's Kennedy airport, in which an American Airlines jet crossed a runway without approval from air traffic control. It caused another airliner to have to abort its takeoff after a controller shouted out a warning. The NTSB says three times. Its issued subpoenas for the pilots involved but so far they've refused a recorded interview.
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Friday. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports in the area closest to the derailment and fire, an urgent evacuation notice was ordered. Massive explosions and lingering smoke with an orange tint filled the sky over east Palestine, Ohio after a train derailment of about 50 railcars. Ten of those according to the national transportation safety board were carrying hazardous materials, 5 of them carrying vinyl chloride, which is used to make plastic local officials in the town of less than 5000 now asking residents near the crash site to evacuate. Mayor Trent Conway. There's still a state of emergency in place. It's a one mile radius from the scene of the accident. There's a stay at home order, still in place. The air and water quality constantly being checked and so far so good on that front, but with a wrecked train carrying hazardous chemicals still on fire, the mayor called the situation volatile. The sheriffs went door to door to get account of the residents who stayed. I can't stress enough that if you are in the evacuation zone, you need to leave. It could be, it could be a dangerous situation that I don't want to see any of our residents get hurt. Local fire officials weren't so gentle in their plea to stay away from the site. Stay out of town. All right. There's no need to come here. You come here and start Robert neck and they will hook you up. You'll get a tour of the county from here to Lisbon. Stay out of town. If you decided not to leave, stay in your house. That after one person was arrested for crossing barriers onto the accident scene, which is still very much active, a number of agencies involved in the investigation and the cleanup. In fact, the environmental protection agencies working to remove any contaminants from nearby streams. I'm Clayton Neville
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on WTOP
"Preschool middle and high school students at various times. The one on Thursday is for elementary students, registration is required. You can also get more information at X minds website. Fairfax county is looking closely at its school calendar for next year. For some, the concerns are when the first day of school will be and how long winter break will last. There are four choices under consideration, some with school starting two weeks before Labor Day and another with school beginning one week before. The last day of school is also different. Chief academic officer, Sloan presidio, the longer we go into June, the more difficult it is to keep students focused on learning. Winter break lengths range from two full school weeks to less than that. Marty Smith is the county's chief operating officer. Our efforts have been focused on, of course, instructional time. The length of the time that we provide for students with regard to instruction, the school board is scheduled to vote on a calendar next week. Scott gelman, WTO P news. New information from the Department of Transportation shows that more than 40,000 truck drivers tested positive for marijuana last year. That figure is a 32% increase over 2020 ones number and more than a 100,000 drivers who tested positive since the department's drug and alcohol clearing house went into effect more than three years ago. It's designed to find drivers who are using marijuana and other drugs and get them off the road. Transport topic senior reporter Eric Miller covers the trucking industry. Truck drivers are not allowed to use marijuana not even for medical reasons. In fact, the rising numbers of positive marijuana tests were the subject of concerns raised last month by the national transportation safety board. There is a way for drivers who use marijuana and other drugs to get back into their trucks through a medically supervised reentry program, but so far, less than half of them have begun that effort. Dan run on WTO P news. Money news had 25 and 55. This is a Bloomberg, money minute. When airplane makers need engine parts, it's not as simple as heading
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on WTOP
"Day. I brought some extra hot chocolate, some little chips and stuff just to keep your keep your fuel going because it will. At the end of the day, it'll beat the heck out of you. Reed says, for him, the key is layers of clothes. But most importantly, he says it's a mindset. Whether it's hot, cold, you keep moving and you can't just quit because it's cold. By focusing on the task at hand and getting the job done, it makes it all worth it at the end of the day. Temperatures expect to rise on Sunday here, it's going to be cloudy, but warmer tomorrow, we're going to get into the 60s in the coming days. Another state, the 26th of the nation is now recognized Juneteenth as a holiday. June 19th is a date in 1865 when enslaved people in Texas learned that slavery had been abolished two years after the Emancipation proclamation, Juneteenth became a federal holiday in 2021. Minnesota's governor Tim walz also signed legislation this week benning discrimination on the basis of hair texture. It's known as The Crown act and protects people from racial discrimination based on hairstyles such as braids and locks. The Democrat joked about the irony of an older white bald guy signing the bill, there is similar legislation in 19 other states and several cities. Allison keyes, CBS News. A collision between a Southwest Airlines plane and a FedEx cargo plane was narrowly averted at Austin bergstrom international airlines tonight. Here's a reporter Chris Fox in Austin. The Southwest Airlines plane was cleared for takeoff as an air traffic controller also gave the go ahead for the FedEx 7 67 cargo plane to land, according to a statement from the federal aviation administration, the FedEx pilot discontinued the landing in initiated a last second climb out to avoid a collision. The FAA and national transportation safety board are investigating. Again, that's reporter Chris Fox coming up on WTO P after traffic and weather. With D.C.'s mayor is saying about her support of an anti violence program. It's ten 36. Eric was way behind on
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Plume-like cloud ‘shot’ in front of Hawaiian Airlines flight seconds before turbulence injured 25, pilot says
"Investigators say a cloud suddenly shot up in front of a Hawaiian airlines jet last month, creating the turbulence that left more than two dozen people on that flight injured. The national transportation safety board's initial report finds a cloud shot up vertically, like a plume of smoke, too quick to avert it, says the captain of the December 18th flight from Phoenix to Honolulu. He notified the lead flight attendant there might be turbulence and in just seconds there was. 25 passengers and crew were injured some seriously. And the plane even suffered minor damage. Airline officials say the best way to avoid injuries is to stay belted in throughout your
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"national transportation safety board" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Potential risks and such and the national transportation safety board. And I think a little bit bent out of shape because of this. And their criticism is as follows. The NTSB agreed that the mcas was part of the cause of the crash. Yet they believed that the probable cause also needs to acknowledge that appropriate crew management of the event per the procedures that it did exist at the time would have allowed the crew to recover the airplane, even when faced with the uncommanded nose down inputs. As such, the probable cause of the accident would include mcas inputs due to erroneous AOA data, as well as the flight crews inadequate use of manual electric trim and management of thrust to maintain aircraft control for airplane control. Now, this is just aside from me, that's one of the glaring problems in this accident sequence in my mind is that once they set the power for takeoff, so you take off thrust there. The throttles were never retarded. This was all away the two or three minute long flight. I'm not sure. How long exactly. But when that thing hit the ground at 33,000 feet per minute, those throttles were still in takeoff power. And while they were trying to address the trim runaway or the mcas activation and the overspeed warnings were going, and that was one of the issues they said was a problem here because they were so many things that the aircrew was having to deal with and sounds and warnings and everything else going off. That their brains recognize the fact that this airplane was going extremely fast and in fact that created a situation where the manual trimming. System on the airplane was ineffective because there was no way they could overcome the aerodynamic forces on the stabilizer because of the fact that the power was up the whole time. And I forgot exactly how fast the speed got on the airplane, but it was way over. What it was designed to do. Anyway, so that was my little aside there. Furthermore, while this was back in the article, furthermore, while the Ethiopian accident accident investigation bureau published ten contributing factors, the NTSB wants to add two additional factors. First, Ethiopian airlines failure to include procedural information on how to respond to uncommanded nose down movements, which were outlined by Boeing's flight crew operating manual. And the FAA's airworthiness directive, both of which were published four months prior to the crash. Secondly, the Boeing 7 37 max impacted a foreign object that damaged the angle of attack sensor, resulting in several erroneous activations of mcas. I guess they mean prior to this accident. Investigators, Ethiopian investor investigators found that the new airplane experienced unexplained
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NTSB wants all new vehicles to check drivers for alcohol use
"The national transportation safety board wants all new vehicles to check drivers for alcohol use The NTSB wants blood alcohol monitoring systems in the vehicle that can stop someone who is drunk from driving This is a recommendation NTSB has no regulatory authority Other agencies would have to act It is included in a report about a horrific crash last year near Fresno California a drunk driver collided head on with another vehicle killing both adult drivers and 7 children The national highway traffic safety administration says roadway deaths are at crisis levels nearly 43,000 people were killed last year The highest number in 16 years
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on KOMO
"In Seattle. Stay connected, stay informed, news radio 1000 FM 97 7. Good evening, it is 8 O 6. I'm Kelly blier and here's what's happening. Federal investigators have identified targets on the sea floor where a seaplane crashed into mutiny bay last weekend, which they believe could be parts of the plane's wreckage. The search for the wreckage continues following the September 4th crash near whidbey island, which claimed the lives of ten people on board. The national transportation safety board says the next phase will be for investigators to visually confirm if those targets are in fact part of the crash. Crews are using new technology to search for that float plane that crashed on Sunday. We're learning new details about the deadly seaplane crash off whidbey island. Newly released 9-1-1 calls give a glimpse into the terrifying moments following the crash in mutiny bay. All ten people on board are presumed dead. And all I saw was suddenly for no damage, just plummeted into the water. And I heard a big closing. The NTSB and Noah are continuing the search for the wreckage in TSB officials tell us they're working to narrow down an area where they expect to find plane debris. They are partnering with other federal agencies to use especially remote operated vehicle to continue the search in the deep water. That's going to force Molly Shen. Fire crews and Bonnie Lake are ready for a red flag day. Paul Rivera has more. Of having this team is that it allows other crews to be freed up and respond to more routine 9-1-1 calls while this team will stay behind and look out for spots that could be problematic under the current conditions. Drive vegetation wins relative humidity also affects it. And the idea with this team is to get to a situation faster to keep it smaller. Keep it the size of this brush fire so that we don't have to call in resources and go to a state mobilization or have a larger event. We're with crews that included Graham fire and rescue and ordering valley fire and rescue. They call this the rogue 6 team. The team here also partially created as a result of these Sumner grade fire, not too far actually from where I'm standing. You might remember that fire happened two years ago. Come a fours Paul Rivera. Seattle teachers remain on picket lines outside school buildings. They want more money, smaller class sizes, and more support for special Ed and English language learners. EB joke is a special Ed teacher at rising star elementary in Seattle. And that English language learner program is still being neglected and trying to put those language learners in larger classrooms is going to put them further and further from education. Students in Seattle still have to make up the days they've missed so far. District leaders are hopeful to strike can be settled soon. Seattle rock band will perform an unreleased John Lennon song as they pay tribute to the man who drum for Lenin nearly 50 years ago. Corwin haeck explains
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Space accidents: NTSB, FAA agree on leading investigations
"Two federal agencies have agreed which one will lead investigations of accidents in the emerging commercial space business I Norman hall The national transportation safety board will take the lead in investigating space accidents that involve death or serious injury or that create potentially deadly debris The federal aviation administration will handle other investigations The NTSB is currently the primary investigator of crashes involving airplanes in other modes of transportation but has no authority to write regulations The FAA is the chief safety regulator for the aviation industry the two agencies are frequently at odds The agreement announced that NASA's mission control center in Houston is the first to be signed by the agency's leaders in 22 years
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on WTOP
"Money news, a 25 and 55 on WTO here's Larry kofsky. This is a Bloomberg money minute, a deep freeze is quickly descending on the housing market. The government says home construction fell more than expected last month, nearly 10%, and more previously agreed to deals for falling through, according to the Redfin real estate firm. The housing slowdown has had little impact on sales at Home Depot, it turned in better than expected second quarter earnings, same store sales rose nearly 6%, but the number of customer transactions was lower. Home Depot gained 4% helping to lead the Dow to another advance, the Dow industrials climbed 240, the S&P 500 added 8 the NASDAQ fell 26. It hasn't happened yet, but the government wants to be ready in the event of a major commercial space crash. A bipartisan bill in Congress would designate the national transportation safety board as the lead investigator in commercial space crashes. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Laurie koski, on WTO P. It's 1156. Finding great candidates to hire can be like, well, trying to find a needle in a haystack, but not with zip recruiter. It's powerful technology actively finds and invites qualified candidates to apply to your job. So while other companies might deliver a lot of hay, zip recruiter finds you, the needle in the haystack. See why four out of 5 employers who post a job on zip recruiter get a quality candidate within the first day. Try zip recruiter for free. At zip recruiter dot com slash free that zip recruiter dot com slash free. This
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"national transportation safety board" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The country's EV industry. On Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. This is a Bloomberg money minute, a deep freeze as quickly descending on the housing market. The government says home construction fell more than expected last month, nearly 10%, and more previously agreed to deals for falling through, according to the Redfin real estate firm. The housing slowdown has had little impact on sales at Home Depot, it turned in better than expected second quarter earnings, same store sales rose nearly 6%, but the number of customer transactions was lower. Home Depot gained 4% helping to lead the Dow to another advance. The Dow industrials climbed 240, the S&P 500 added 8, the NASDAQ fell 26. It hasn't happened yet, but the government wants to be ready in the event of a major commercial space crash. A bipartisan bill in Congress would designate the national transportation safety board as the lead investigator in commercial space crashes, Larry kofsky, Bloomberg radio. You're never completely ready to adopt a teen. For a late night's writing English papers. Are your teens music taste? For dinners, where they talk more on their phone than with you. For the first time, they call you mom. You're never completely ready to adopt a teen, and you can't imagine the reward. To learn more about adopting
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Dad, not his 13-year-old son, was driving truck that hit golfers' van in Texas
"Investigators say a Texas man was the driver and not his 13 year old son in a deadly head on collision that killed 9 people including members of a college golf team I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Investigators now say it was the father and not his 13 year old son who was driving a pickup truck that crossed into oncoming traffic colliding with a van carrying New Mexico college golfers and their coach on March 15th 9 people were killed including the Texas father 38 year old Henrik Siemens and his son 6 members of the university of the Southwest men's and women's golf teams and their coach were also killed Investigators originally thought that the father's 13 year old son was driving The national transportation safety board now says that DNA testing has confirmed that the father was the one driving and that he had methamphetamine and his blood
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NTSB: 13-year-old drove pickup in Texas crash that killed 9
"Federal investigators announced preliminary findings in a fiery crash that killed nine people long a stretch of a two lane highway in West Texas national transportation safety board vice chairman Bruce Landsberg says a young teenager was driving before Tuesday evening's deadly crash a thirteen year old child was behind the wheel of the pickup truck in this from ko SA Landsberg says there was a crucial failure on the pickup truck the left front tire which was a spare tire had failed which resulted in the vehicle pulling hard to the left and crossing into the opposing lane into the path of the van carrying the university southwest eight golf team members and their coach the head on fiery collision killed the thirteen year old and the man in the pickup and six of the team members plus their coach two others are recovering at a Texas hospital I'm to McGuire
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NHTSA Investigating Teslas Autopilot
"The nhtsa. This morning announced the opening of a formal investigation into tesla autopilot system covering seven hundred sixty five thousand vehicles saying autopilot has trouble spotting parked emergency vehicles quoting the associated press. The investigation covers seven hundred. Sixty five thousand vehicles almost everything that tesla has sold in the us since the start of the two thousand fourteen model year of the crashes identified by the national highway traffic safety administration as part of the investigation. Seventeen people were injured and one was killed. Nhtsa says it has identified eleven crashes since two thousand eighteen in which tesla's on autopilot or traffic aware cruise control have hit vehicles at scenes where first responders have used flashing lights flares and eliminated arrow board or cones warning of hazards. The agency announced the action. Monday posting on its website. The investigation covers tesla's entire current model lineup. The models y x s and three from two thousand fourteen through twenty twenty one model years the national transportation safety board which also has investigated some of the tesla crashes has recommended that nhtsa and tesla limit autopilots use to areas where it can safely operate ntsb also recommended that nhtsa required tesla to have a better system to make sure drivers are paying attention. Nhtsa has not taken action on any of the recommendations. The ntsb has no enforcement powers and can only make recommendations to other federal agencies such as nhtsa quote the investigation will assess the technologies and methods used to monitor assist and enforce the drivers engagement with the driving task during autopilot operation. Nhtsa said in its investigation documents. In addition the probe will cover object and event detection by the system as well as where it is allowed to operate. Nhtsa says it will examine quote contributing circumstances to the crashes as well as similar crashes. An investigation could lead to a recall or other enforcement action. By nhtsa
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"national transportation safety board" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"I mean that actually not being in that game anymore and that was a real wakeup call for the rest of the industry e you know an crews have had permission for almost a year now to operate without safety drivers to to do real driverless operations in san francisco and they haven't and so the fact that they've been able to but they're not at that suggested that they just pedestrians and bicyclists. Problem is serious so you know yes. Canestri danger but also bicyclist. Probably i think are the highest danger of having. Something happened to them around the car because they can move a little bit faster than pedestrians and coming out from behind a truck from around owner cars. Again they don't have imagination and they don't. They don't recognize for example when they're near a college campus or a high bike area. These these types of decision making has not yet been imbued inside the systems. And so i do think in indeed. I'm not the only one that there are several bicycling advocacy groups. That are lobbying big. I'm in dc astaldi technology from being put on road amount. Well it's interesting that you brought up the uber accident because in that particular case that vehicle Which was a modified xc. Ninety volvo i believe was being operated by an employee of uber. Who's paid understood job. It was was to monitor that vehicle and you know obviously the car. The car didn't do its job and she didn't quite do her job. And and this is what happens right and she got complacent i think. In the way that a lot of people who have access to you know lesser versions of this but missy d the fact that is one death put uber out of business when faced with accountability for the death in terms of autonomous vehicle research whereas many people have died in Tesla vehicles that we're using the autopilot software time but the blame. You know what i mean. The tesla's still in business. They're still selling this stuff. Why is the difference in accountability between the two so important because we could blame her right. We could blame the safety driver. Who in theory should have been able to She'd been doing her job. Then that's what mattered. The blaming game. Blame that one purse than and because i can blame her. You know we we feel better about the technology and that's what we're doing for every single tesla death. Is that we when the driver. So josh with brown jeremy banner walter lang i mean. These were all the some of the very early accidents where people died very horrific deaths and especially for water wanting who was playing a game on his iphone. We know that for sure you can read the national transportation safety board report about it but everybody jumps on that fact and then start going into blame the passenger but i think that there have continued to be so many high profile cases. Indeed there was just recently won a couple of weeks ago in california. I think in san diego where major die when he was by a tesla who that autopilot on lutheran intersection so. I do think that eventually you're going to see change because these lawsuits and there are a number of them will eventually hit the courts. I have actually. I have to stop. I've got a line of lawyers in a holding pattern in my life. I answer other calls. I can't help the number of players. Want me then in in these cases so i know firsthand that that the the there is a groundswell illegal activity and what's unfortunate about this. Is this country. We live in because the regulatory agencies will not do anything that the only avenue that that consumers have now is through the legal system. That's going to be exercised. You know one of the great one of the great Things i learned about growing up is the misconception that if it's legal it must be okay. You know what i mean. If it's illegal it must be bad. So i think i think a lot of people what you might call. I dunno normies whatever regular regular folks. what are they go. You can buy this. This is something you can just by. How could how. How bad could it be if it was if it was so dangerous. There's no way they could sell it right. Well we believe there's a vetting process but tobacco turns out started in pretty much like what we need to say. Yeah that's a perfect example of something that is terrible for you and yet legal for sale it because the because we want to believe that the technology is close at hand in its mature enough and ready to go but the regulatory agencies have been Especially in surface transportation has been completely absent through the years and then the companies are. I mean look at the stock price at that actually has done so much for advancing potential unsaved technology. It boggles my mind. That stock christ is as insane as it is for tesla that keeps putting pressure on government agencies. Even inside the state of california. So i just told you. The state of california has said it is a four waymo cruise to be dropped doing self driving in san francisco. I don't think it. Is you know what i don't think that you know. I'm not elected officials so it's easy for me to say that they're the ones who are trying to walk a fine line between promoting.
Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
Texas Plane Crash That Killed 10 Was Pilot Error
"The first thing. we're going to talk about. We have talked about this accident previous at least on a previous episode maybe episodes And they now have a. I think it's the final report has an Yeah don't report so. This accident occurred back in june of two thousand nineteen so almost two years ago The failure of a pilot from the ntsb dot gov a press release from them the failure of pilot to control an airplane following the loss of thrust him one of two engines just seconds after takeoff led to the fatal crash of a general aviation airplane in texas. The national transportation safety board said in a report published tuesday. A textron aviation be three hundred also known as king air. Three fifty crashed into an aircraft hangar. Seventeen seconds after lifting off runway at. Addison airport at in texas on june thirtieth. Twenty nineteen th. The accident killed both pilots and all eight passengers. The personal flight on the privately owned airplane was bound for saint petersburg florida. Investigators analyzed flight track data broadcast by the airplane video from multiple cameras on on and off the airport as well as the known flight. Performance data and characteristics of the airplane to recreate the accident flight path and determine the airplanes position speed altitude and roll angles. The ntsb said in its report that after the left engine lost. Almost all thrust several seconds after takeoff. The pilot responded to the emergency with left rudder input the opposite action of what the emergency call for seconds later. The pilot applied right rudder. But by that point the airplane was rolling inverted and there was insufficient altitude for recovery.
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NTSB Releases Preliminary Report on Fatal Tesla Crash
"Everybody around here and we've got quite a lot to go through. We've got an update from the national transportation safety board on the highly publicized accident involving accessible vehicle in texas a couple of weeks ago. We've got news on tesla. Energy manufacturing batteries and of course elon musk's appearance on saturday. Night live over the weekend rough start to the week. Four tesla's stock finishing down nearly six and a half percent today to six hundred and twenty nine dollars four cents that compared to the nasdaq down over two and a half percent the worst day in a couple of months for the nasdaq and we did see sector rotation today the dow was only down a tenth of a percent as the dow is generally made up of lower growth more value oriented stocks. So i know the tesla down. Six percent can sometimes feel a little bit rough especially for new investors but for context arc's innovation. Etf so a group of a lot of different stocks was down by itself five percent today. Obviously tesla driving a portion of that but certainly the movement was not just isolated to tesla. Today before we get into the news here you may have heard already but my voices still recovering a little bit. So i'll do my best to get through this but apologies for any disruption from that. I i up today. We are revisiting the unfortunate accident back in mid april of decimal ice vehicle in texas. As i'm sure most of you remember this received a ton of media attention because at the time law enforcement said that they were one hundred percent certain that no one was in the driver's seat of the model s. at the time of impact. You may remember that. At the time we went through a number of different reasons why the seemed implausible. And i felt like law enforcement was speaking far too soon saying they were one hundred percent certain of something without even having done a full investigation yet so too soon too much conviction and this led to massive media coverage of this accident. A lot of scrutiny. For tesla you've got consumer reports coming out and running some test about how they can defeat these safety features built in to help prevent people from using autopilot beyond its intended use case just keeps getting piled on all because of this one quote from law enforcement so here we've got the preliminary report from the ntsb quote. The crash trip originated at the owners residents near the end of a cul de sac footage from the owners. Home security camera shows the owner entering the car's driver seat and the passenger entering the front passenger seat. The car leaves and travels about five hundred and fifty feet before departing the road on a curve driving over the curb and hitting drainage culvert a raised manhole and a tree
Daily Tech News Show
2 Killed in Driverless Tesla Car Crash
"National highway traffic safety administration in the united states and the national transportation safety board have both sent teams to investigate a fatal car crash involving twenty nine tesla model s in spring texas. The car went off the road. Coming out of cold sack. After failing to negotiate a slight curve at high speed harris county constable mark. Herman said one occupant was in the front passenger seat and one in the backseat. Neither occupant was in the driver's seat. Now it's not clear you might jump to the conclusion. But it's not clear if tesla autopilot was active when the car crashed. Tesla ceo elon. Musk had re tweeted news just earlier that same day. The tesla's autopilot feature was quote approaching ten times. Lower chance of accident than the average vehicle constable. Herman also noted that the car caught fire when it hit a tree and took more than thirty thousand gallons of water to extinguish because the battery kept reigniting and apparently they had to get in contact with tesla for some advice in how to get that fire to go
This Morning with Gordon Deal
NTSB calls for more safety oversight of air tour operators
"Federal safety officials are making another push for stricter oversight of air tour operators and hot balloon rides after several deadly crashes in recent years. The National Transportation Safety Board has asked the FAA to raise safety requirements for the passenger carrying operations, which fall under less restrictive regulations and airlines do for things such as pilot training and
Feds investigating 'violent' Tesla-trailer crash in Detroit
"The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a crash early this morning Detroit southwest side involving a Tesla and a semi truck. Two people were injured in that crash. The crash. Circumstances are similar to two others in Florida, in which Tesla's drove beneath tractor trailers, causing two deaths and both crafts. It crashes in 2016 and 19. The cars were being driven while using Tesla's autopilot, partially automated driving software. Ah Detroit Police spokesperson could not say if the Tesla driver was using the company's autopilot or full self service driving. Saying that was all under
Multiple cracks found in engine that caught fire on United Airlines flight over Denver
"Into United Airlines jet engine that failed last month. We get a closer look at that inspection from correspondent Mike Rossi. The National Transportation Safety Board says multiple cracks were found in a microscopic examination of the engine that failed and came apart in mid air on a United Airlines flight out of Denver last month. The NTSB says multiple fatigue, fracture origins and multiple secondary cracks were found. The investigation is ongoing. United Flight 3 28, bound for Hawaii had just taken off from Denver when a loud bang was captured on the cockpit voice recorder as pilots increased power. The brief from the engine and its housing rained down on suburban neighborhoods. The Boeing 777 returned safely to Denver and no one on the flight or on the ground was hurt. I'm Mike Rossio.
WBZ Midday News
Exam finds multiple cracks in part of United jet's engine
"And investigation found multiple cracks and part of a United Airlines jet engine that failed last month. The National Transportation Safety Board says multiple cracks were found in a microscopic examination of the engine that failed and came apart in mid air on a United Airlines. Slide out of Denver last month. The NTSB says multiple fatigue, fracture origins and multiple secondary cracks were found. The investigation is ongoing. United Flight 3 28, bound for Hawaii had just taken off from Denver when a loud bang was captured on the cockpit voice recorder as pilots increased power. The brief from the engine and its housing rained down on suburban neighborhoods. The Boeing 777 returned safely to Denver and no one on the flight or on the ground was
AP News Radio
Exam finds multiple cracks in part of United jet's engine
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting an exam finds multiple cracks in part of a United Airlines jet engine that failed last month the national transportation safety board says multiple cracks were found in a microscopic examination of the engine that failed and came apart in mid air on a United Airlines flight out of Denver last month the NTSB says multiple fatigue fracture origins and multiple secondary cracks were found the investigation is ongoing United flight three twenty eight bound for Hawaii had just taken off from Denver when a loud bang was captured on the cockpit voice recorder as pilots increased power debris from the engine at its housing rains down on suburban neighborhoods the Boeing seven seven seven returned safely to Denver and no one on the flight or on the ground was hurt hi Mike Rossio
Exam finds multiple cracks in part of United jet's engine
"United Airlines plane that sent part of the engine housing raining down on Denver area neighborhoods last month. The National Transportation Safety Board says that a microscopic exam confirmed that a fan blade that snapped off had telltale signs of fatigue, tiny cracks caused by wear and tear. The safety board said the engine had been used on nearly 3000 flights. Since its last inspection Right now there are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on KTRH
"There's a shortage of needles, the kind of needle doctor's water used to get vaccinations because it waste less of the medicine. It's not just here. It's around the world in Japan, they're cutting back on the number of vaccinations being given because of the shortage. Other medical supply shortages around since the start of the pandemic are still not fully resolved. The U. S Food and Drug Administration just a few days ago, says There is still a limited supply of personal protective equipment like surgical masks and gloves when the wild reporting an investigation into the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant shows the pilot was disoriented in cloudy conditions. The National Transportation Safety Board also discovered in the investigation, The pilot didn't follow his training and was under self induced pressure to complete the flight. As a result, the NTSB is recommending aircrafts carry a flight data recorder and a safety management system and that pilots receive special disorientation. Training. Katie I SD voters will decide another hefty bond issue this spring. The district is asking for $676 million to prepare for a projected 100,000 students by 2030. Money will address growth, safety technology and school renovations. Early voting starts April 19th Election Day is May 1st. The Postal Service is reporting a surge in revenue for the quarter that included Christmas likely due to the pandemic Market Watch reports, The Postal Service saw 11% growth in revenue after a record 1.1 billion packages were delivered. Any Americans opted to male holiday gifts rather than deliver them because of the Corona virus. And finally, the nation's legal system has moved to zoom conference calls amid the pandemic, and a Texas lawyer is now Internet famous for inadvertently using a cat filter during a hearing. I'm here live. That's not I'm not a cat. I can I can see that Judge Roy Ferguson posted a snippet on YouTube, which is now gone viral. In a statement, he says everyone handled the technical issue with grace and dignity, but he adds that if you share a computer with kids Make sure you check the settings often news on demanded ktrh dot com I'm Wyatt Gold speed for Houston's news, weather and traffic station news radio 7 40 ktrh. He's here now broadcasting.
New Jersey 101.5
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"I'm Chad Robinson's hopping our report this our new Tonight. Senators are affirming the constitutionality of the impeachment trial of former president Trump lawyers for the ex president, arguing that Trump can't be tried because he's no longer in office. House impeachment managers, saying the former president must be held accountable for his actions while he was still in office. Package of proposed laws has been introduced meant to improve access to mental health care in New Jersey during the pandemic, and beyond. Three of the five bills would establish pilot programs. To test the feasibility of expanding mental health care through a number of initiatives like establishing 24 7 crisis centers and a handful of counties. The emergency room may still be a first point of destination. We do think that these bills will help create partnerships with community resource is that will be able to direct people, Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald says. This is about getting people treated at the best setting. With the best outcomes and at the lowest cost. Community. The community of Jersey Police Department serves has the opportunity under the process of accreditation to give its opinion on the performance of their local officers. In addition to a rigorous self evaluation, according to Surveil police chief John Zebrowski, far from being in a vacuum, it is absolutely an opportunity to reach out to the community. And get us getting assessment as to how you're doing, He says. Jersey is a national leader in accreditation Governor Murphy, among others, touting a successful weekend for New Jersey sports betting wagers placed on the Super Bowl up 116% over last year's game. A total of more than $117 million was put down for the big game. Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board ruling the helicopter pilot flying when Kobe Bryant, his 13 year old daughter in six others died was at fault. The NTSB ruling. The pilot violated federal standards by far flying through thick clouds and fog in.
KFI AM 640
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Said. Basically, the pilot felt that he was lifting up or he was pushing up. Into the clouds and above the clouds when in reality, he was banking left at a high rate of speed and collided with the hillside. That was that spatial disorientation that somehow he got so disoriented. In that moment, and that the equilibrium to took over part of the other issue that came up was the fact that I just ask you, though, Doesn't he have an instrument panel? It tells him if he's going up in terms of deaths and excellent question, and that came up in the hearing because they said he should have relied more on his instruments. He didn't do that, because he was on visual flight rules, which is V F R. Now there was a lot made about the fact that there's a difference between VFR NFR instrument flight rules visual flight rules. Now he was going on visual flight rules, meaning he wasn't counting solely on the instruments to fly in to fly That day, he was actually having to look out and look down on the ground and see the world around him basically. Lot was made about the pressure the self induced pressure. Now this is the actual at the very end of the hearing. This was the conclusion of the of the investigation. The National Transportation Safety Board determines that the probable cause of this accident was the pilot's decision to continue flight under visual flight rules into instrument meteorological conditions, which resulted in the pilots, spatial disorientation and loss of control. Contributing to the accident was the pilot light. Please self induced pressure and the pilot's plane continued continuation bias, which adversely affected his decision making and island express helicopters, inadequate review and oversight of its safety management process. That's something that's interesting that came up to the self induced pressure and the decision bias. Basically the pilot's pressure to.
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on KTOK
"Required to wear masks inside the state Capitol building. Lawmakers are not Also consider letting public bodies resume virtual meetings during the pandemic. An exception to the Open meeting Act would let public bodies meet by telephone or video conference as long as an emergency declaration by the governor in response to the Copa 19 pandemic is in effect. Memorial service set tonight on the south steps of the state capital to honor Oklahomans who have died from covert 19 lawmakers want the public to attend virtually Via the House Democrats Facebook Page It starts at 6 P.m.. Multiple murder suicide tenor Carlson reports. Four people, including two Children, are dead in what is believed to be a family murder, suicide and sand springs. Authorities say the mother of one of the adult victims found the bodies at their home on Saturday. An investigation is underway. Federal officials now say a natural gas pipeline may have contributed to an explosion at a house in Ueno gone Friday, the National Transportation Safety Board is investigating. The explosion killed two people who live in the house and two firefighters why Nokia is about 110 miles northwest of Oklahoma City. Damages are estimated at $75,000 from a fire at a northwest Oklahoma City apartment complex. It happened last night in the 8500 block of Candlewood Drive That's north of Northwest Expressway and east of Rockwell. Fire officials say four apartments were involved. No injuries were reported, and the fire is being ruled accidental. And a 21 year old woman is accused of assault and battery on an Edmund City jail detention officer I'm Margo Moreno. In other news, a husband and wife were accused of plotting a murder for hire 25 year old Courtney Deatherage and 26 year old dust and death Ridge based solicitation of murder charges. They're accused of agreeing to pay $500 to a Texas resident to kill Courtney Death ridges. Ex husband The hired hit man told authorities about the plan corny. Deatherage paid $100,000 bond and was released from the Latimer County Jail dust and Death. Ridge is being held.
KFI AM 640
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Yeah, it's horrible. All right. A helicopter safety law inspired by Kobe Bryant and Gina Bryant is getting another chance. Senators Dianne Feinstein and Brad Sherman. For If you're in Northridge that he's your guy in the house, they've reintroduced the Kobe Bryant and John O'Brien Helicopter Safety Act. It would require certain Equipment on all helicopters that carry six or more passengers, warning systems, terrain awareness equipment, and you can go all the way back to 2000 and six and the National Transportation Safety Board said. We recommend that this be a requirement. And why in the and then the FAA Sedna. We're not gonna make it a requirement. So now they're trying to do it through the house election. How much of that was Because of the pressure of the aviation industry, The manufacturing industry pushing, pushing, pushing. Hey, that cost money. We don't like it. That's a very in a cost and it cost a lot of money. I mean, we're not talking $7000 for a transponder. We're talking big dollars for terrain awareness. Okay, let's take a wait. Are you talking with your stocking with Steve Gregory on this at 9 30? It's we are, actually. Yeah. We're going to do a lot. The Yeah. Uh and, well, I'm sorry. I was just looking at what Steve is going to cover. It could be very much this and if you haven't heard his documentary that ran this weekend, the two parts Erie's It doesn't life.
News Radio 920 AM
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Machine. Then I've got a hotline number just for you. It's 818817002181881700 to 1 and as promised. Here's James in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. James. Good morning. Welcome to Coast. Land, which is how are you? I'm well, thank you as well as could be expected, Yes, on unlawful in alternative solar flares from therapy at all. Instead of our players hitting earth. What if it hit Venus instead? That's not an original idea. Have two sources. One from a birthday Orion prophecy. That other players were right up. The atmosphere of Venus, just like polar light will becomes visible is the moon or even more so a part of the atmosphere of business will be blown into space. Maya described these events. Venus was like a second son and had a tail. Compare that to Nostradamus. What? Trying to send a century to cooperate. 31. Great style a bun for seven days. Cloud or atmosphere will cause two sons to appear. Next two lines about following war. Another quatrain century one. Train 64. They will think they have seen the sun at night. They will see the peak ass man with that for you to decipher. Boys song by the fighting in the sky perceived and no one will hear brute beasts talking Find that last line. Interesting brute. He's talking. I apply to possibly radio or, more likely a I and cirie and Such one last quatrain write, especially for questioning 28 the first two lines when Venus will be covered by the sun. Under the splendor will be the hidden form. I assume the hidden for Mr Big Ass man. And whoever wants to play that again. Fascinating. Fascinating. Let me ask you, though. You mentioned a solar flare, and I'm not an astrophysicist, obviously, And I don't play one on the radio. But we are now in a in a solar minimum, right? Uh, so I'm wondering. Does that affect solar flares are there are there? I know there are. You know we don't have some spots, uh, during a solar minimum or four fewer, Um What does that also lessen the amount of solar flares when we're in a solar minimum? That Z my great I would like to mention one thing, though. Do I do intuitively tie it to the hope I prophesy of the Bruce Start patina if anyone after knows the composition of Venus What color would it burned? If If it was hit by a solar flare. Is that a trick question. Uh, will there be prizes? But I I'm sure they do. Well got Venus. She was burning like a silver flame, right? The summit of Beauty and Love and Venus was her name. That's all I know about Venus. Thank you for the call James in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Now I want to go to the hotline, and Doug is in Florida. Doug, welcome to coast. Yes, forbidding it Good morning, or they were targeted how to make a wheelchair as safe as a bicycle at night. You know, a bicycle has a reflectors on it to all each petal or on each wheel. Morning, Right? Okay. Mom Bars, one in the rear of the feet Total of eight. Wheelchair right now has none And this little over the use of I'll be off. Tape that you see on trucks everywhere they give out there under several bland names. One brand name is out, Geocities. And, uh, you would cut it down or, you know, make it small. One is one inch square of that paper is, you know has 60 candlepower of reflection. And I'm a rear wheel cherrywood. Put little rich. Where's you know, Couple three square and then? Uh, you know, the little blue or the little red, Slow moving vehicle placard that you feel the black back of a tractor, a bulldozer? Would like those about one inch. Hall is making two tone blue. Like, you know, you seem a handicapped parking spaces. You know that blue and live in neon blue in the center and the shape of it triangle. Surrounded by of those blue you got what? I'm trying to describe that. Absolutely so you can. It would be safe for people to, uh, in a wheelchair. Because sometimes you know they can't go on the sidewalk. And if they're on the road at night, that could be a recipe for disaster, So they're gonna build her like one every month. Shield at night in the Greater Bay County, Florida area, so I don't know what they're after. But that idea is before Mr some more. That's um Wlp. He's a chairman. The National Transportation Safety Board, and you know it. Keep that in your mind. As we go forward, they deserve the same protection. That night at somebody on the bus circle, you know, and they've been overlooked. No one's surely someone must have thought of this before. Well, you know, it's one of those things if it's so simple. You know, it's overlooked. How long ago they mandate reflectors on bicycles? What 40 years ago? 50 years ago? Sure, I'm not sure that they're not mandated on wheelchairs. Network, But you know, it was always a cult thing in this that I'll be honest City paper. One strip of that cost 60 cents. If you could do to wheelchairs and we've been in constant your idea, Doug This is your idea. Yet forget where I put it. But, you know, a little school in Panama City, Florida have it and they educate the handicapped kids. Is the year I gave it to them. And you know, uh, you've got I'm sure you've traveled in the country and you've seen this little red. Call him practice Triangles are mail boat 100%. I've seen them. Yeah, it's you know, Doug, it's up. It's a brilliant idea. I'm surprised No one's thought of it before, But you've obviously put some thought into this and used your time and locked down. For the benefit of mankind. And those people that are in wheelchairs. Thank you for the call. Let's say hi to Bradley's in Phoenix, Arizona. Bradley, Welcome to Coast. Good morning. Well, Richard, I don't normally listen on Friday, unless you're on Really enjoy you as a that's very kind of you for what you do if.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"J and Detroit I'm reporting, the National Transportation Safety Board says electric vehicle manufacturers have left emergency responders vulnerable toe battery fires, and those are some of the stories are 2700 Bloomberg journalists and analysts working on this morning around the world. Later. Today we get Ernie's from Black Rock as earning season for finance firms gets underway and Bloomberg's Larry Coughs Key has a preview. Black rock may have ended 2020 with a record $8.4 trillion of assets under management, according to a Bloomberg consensus. And a list of forecasting a profit for the world's largest asset manager of $9.14 a share on revenue of nearly $4.3 billion. Investors will be listening to black rocks. Post earnings conference call for CEO Larry thinks market views potential impacts of shifting interest rates and election results. Larry Kowski Bloomberg Daybreak. Alright, Larry thanks. Shares of Nordstrom dropped more than 2% and extended trading. The retailer reported a 22% decline in holiday sales. The department store sector did have a difficult 2020. The pandemic caused many store closures and drove shoppers to Web sites like Amazon and Wal Mart. The owner of the animal supply chain store, Petco raised $864 million in an I P O. The company's returning to the public market 15 years after was taken. Private Petko will continue to be controlled by its current owners, which includes CVC Capital Partners. And in China. The trade surplus hit a record high in December. Exports rose more than 18% in dollar terms from a year earlier. Man for medical supplies and electronic goods surged in 2020. For the full year..