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Fresh update on "national transportation safety board" discussed on South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo
"Right. Thanks. It is 9 22 Here on this video 16 Wi OD Travers to talk about travel with our travel editor. The travel editor for CBS News. Peter Greenberg. Follow mantra at Peter s Cream working. It's traveling. Decide to have Peter Greenberg dot com. Come to us today from Istanbul. Peter, are you in Asia? Are you in Europe? I started this morning in Europe and across the bridge of now in Asia. Good question. Yeah. Nice. I like that. What's the latest investigation to United Airlines plane that the engine fellow park kind of Well outside of Denver. I was with the whole What's going on with that? Well, this is getting more serious by the minute, Jimmy because at first we thought it was an uncontained engine failure, which would have been truly catastrophic, meaning the engine could just ripped apart and flown into the to the body of the plane. And we all know what happened next, but they actually the engine contain most of the flying debris. But on further inspection, the NTSB determined that what we're seeing here looks like a pretty good case of metal fatigue on the family that this is serious because fan blades will disintegrate from the inside out. And once that happens, you know, you know else breaks loose. You know, That's one of the reasons why they grounded the 24 year line. Airplanes are operated by United. They're the only U. S. Operated by the way that operates this particular model of the Triple Seven. With the Pratt Whitney engines. But another 106 or seven planes on the world have also been grounded there inspecting all the flat fan blades, which is gonna take some time, it's gonna be expensive. But if they do find metal fatigue there that changes the whole ball game because that means those plans about could be fined for a long time. Right? Don't they check these things all the time, like in a regular maintenance or not? Well, that's the other problem here. It goes back to the FAA and their relationship with the airlines and the manufacture. Remember we had an incident with the families on the United Airlines plane before this one on the Japan Airlines plane and the National Transportation Safety Board and investigate and when they did, they made an urgent safety recommendation to the FAA. Ground all the planes and inspect the fan blades immediately. The FAA do that they did not. And she issued what they call a modified her with this directive, which gave the airlines thousands of takeoffs and landings before they had to inspect it to see that they were nowhere near that 1000 point when this thing just happened, So there's a reason now why the FAA is now issued an emergency airworthiness directive, effectively grounding all those Triple sevens until the And later in second, But there are those like me. Who would have argued they should have done that a long time ago. Yeah, well, those people on that plane were lucky. That's for sure. Um, it looks like there may finally be some positive signs for the cruise industry to restart or not that I see they postpone for a little while longer. Well, you know what? Just a little while longer. They're moving quickly to redo their floor plans. They designed their particles there. You know everything from their dining service to their shore excursions. And of course, we have the widespread now dissemination of the vaccine. Every cruise line mark my words, one by one is gonna make a rule that you cannot even get on the ship unless you show proof of vaccination. And so most of those cruise passengers were willingly do that. Then you couple that with the development of widespread, more reliable fast response testing So that passengers could be tested within 45 seconds before getting to a port to satisfy the port requirements before they're allowed to go in, so it's moving in the right direction. Sounds that way. It tsk is gonna hire a bunch of people that mean they think travels really gonna pick up soon. Yeah, they're going to hire about 6000 new inspectors. They're looking at the numbers like we are and they're seeing second quarter and third quarter booking start to move quickly upwards, So they're trying to anticipate that demand. That's also a good sign that things were going to come back. All right. Hey, we've been talking about a vaccine passports for quite some time. Whether you're gonna be the norm or not now, you National Air Transport Association has announced covert travel past same thing. Almost the same thing. Everybody's coming up with one. Denmark's got a digital passport that will have that information for its citizens. Americans trying to do an app for its passengers, but what we really need and it's going to come is a universally acceptable Ah, University readable and, most importantly, a university upgradable and up datable. I got, you know, digital document that everybody will accept whether you're going to chance mania or you're going to Tucson and well, and that's about 6 to 9 months away. Nice. If Peter enjoy Istanbul on your travels, and we'll talk to next week. Take care of you Gotta tell me All right. It is nine Twisters. Man, You got the sports news for us, Jimmy the hit when their fourth.
FAA grounds certain planes after engine failure over Denver
"The federal aviation administration's ordered the grounding of all Boeing jets that have the type of engine that blew apart after take off from Denver this past weekend the FAA is requiring that jets equipped with a certain model of the Pratt and Whitney PW four thousand engine not fly until they can be inspected for stress cracks the directive comes after the national transportation safety board said a fractured fan blade found in the engine of the seven seventy seven that had to make an emergency landing had visible signs of damage consistent with metal fatigue the grounding primarily affects United Airlines which says it already voluntarily remove twenty four of its jets from service it was United flight from Denver to Honolulu Saturday that had to make an emergency landing soon after takeoff because pieces of an engine's casing rain down on neighborhoods below Jackie Quinn Washington
Fresh "National Transportation Safety Board" from Mike McConnell
"Back together like a jigsaw puzzle. First dredged up from the bottom of the ocean put back together like a jigsaw puzzle, and it has been in a warehouse. And it's State of sunlight construction now since 1996, but they're finally going to do away with it. Yeah, like the FBI used it for training in the National Transportation Safety Board did as well for Many of the past years, and they decided that they're going to go ahead and get rid of this. And for a lot of people that thought there was a conspiracy there's far Missile hitting it or what have you? I always thought the fact that they had 95% of the wreckage recovered on much of it on display is a pretty good testament that there wasn't a whole lot to hide their butt. Yeah, It's certainly something to see and course there were just a reminder of that horrific event that cost the lives of 230 people. Conspiracy theories crapped up. I guess there was a naval exercises in the in the area people suggesting someone accidentally fired a rocket and shut down the plane. No, that didn't happen either. No In a lot of people. They actually saw the explosion before they heard it and that led to a lot of the eyewitness accounts were really being skewed. And unfortunately, that's what spent a lot of the conspiracy theories at the time. Yeah, all right Elsewhere. We have this American Airlines flight. Might be the same one Dave Armbruster is getting on today from Cincinnati, The Phoenix Yeah, New Mexico. Something flew overhead. And I guess the FBI is looking into what it could possibly have been. Yeah, The pilots remember one of these pilots or former military reported a cent cylindrical object that blew right over top of him in the opposite direction and the communication with air traffic control. The captain. Ask if there was anything in the area. A TC said No. And what do you see? And He said. Well, it sounds strange, but yeah, it was a cylinder type object kinda looks like a cruise missile, so they might wanna be careful on this like when it happened, said the afternoon American Airlines. 22 52. Of course, with all the press coverage of the Denver incident, this one kind of got lost in the background. But, yeah, the investigation continues, and I'll have the very latest on aviation block sponsored is always The Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport now offering fares Theo New Orleans round trip for $86. You can find that and more great deals at CMGI Airport that come When the power was on the radio and air traffic control. He was telling them what happened. He's I think the word it was you have any targets up here? What does he mean by targets? Well, he's one of you know if there's any other airborne, uh, objects that are around Be military aircraft. It could be experimental issues. They could have drones in the area. What have you most the time When your altitude like that you've got on board warnings that we're gonna let you know if there's anything in the area, so when something like that happens. It really catches a flight crew off guard and I'm still trying to find out the distance between the two, but it was close enough to get that crews attention. And, you know, they're the only ones they're gonna see it if it flies right over the top of them. Yeah. All right. So whether today what he got Phoenix for Mr Armbruster is going to be good doesn't know issues there. But Denver and Seattle to give us some weather delays. 30 to 45 minutes looks to be a very good day to fly. All right, we'll take that. Jay, we thank you is getting close to 7 28 in the morning news into 700 wlw telling you, man, you need to get something. God, man, This is a place sweater unit up whether begins something good to make a big cats in which a Roy.
Boeing Calls for Global Grounding of 777 Planes After Engine Explosion
"Boeing is calling for the global grounding of some of its 7 77 models following a midair explosion this weekend aerospace company recommending all 128 planes of its fleet to be grounded until the FAA determines the best way to inspect the engines. This comes after engine failure on the United Airlines Boeing 7 77 over Colorado this weekend, forcing an emergency landing at Denver International. No one was hurt. United has grounded all its 7 70 sevens outfitted with that particular Pratt and Whitney engine. The National Transportation Safety Board is looking at the engine and plain as well as video taken by passengers. Christie Mae Oh Fox
Fresh update on "national transportation safety board" discussed on South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo
"Come to us today from Istanbul. Peter, are you in Asia? Are you in Europe? I started this morning in Europe and across the bridge of now in Asia. Good question. Yeah. Nice. I like that. What's the latest investigation to United Airlines playing that the engine fellow park kind of Well outside of Denver runs with the whole What's going on with that? Well, this is getting more serious by the minute, Jimmy because at first we thought it was an uncontained engine failure, which would have been truly catastrophic, meaning the engine could just ripped apart and flown into the to the body of the plane. And we all know what happened next, but they actually the engine contain most of the flying debris. But on further inspection, the NTSB determined that what we're seeing here Looks like a pretty good case of metal fatigue on the fan blades. Now this is serious because fan blades will disintegrate from the inside out. And once that happens, you know, you know else breaks loose Now. That's one of the reasons why they grounded. The 24 year old airplanes are operated by United. They're the only U. S. Operated by the way that operates this particular model of the Triple Seven. With the front when the engines but another 106 or seven planes around the world have also been grounded there inspecting all the flat fan blades, which is gonna take some time, it's gonna be expensive. But if they do find metal fatigue there that changes the whole ball game because that means those plans about could be fined for a long time. Right? Don't they check these things all the time, like in a regular maintenance or not? Well, that's the other problem here. It goes back to the FAA and their relationship with the airlines and the manufacturer. Remember, we had an incident with the FAM blades on the United Airlines plane before this one on the Japan Airlines plane and the National Transportation Safety Board investigate and when they did, they made an urgent safety recommendation to the FAA. Ground all the planes and inspect the fan blades immediately. The FAA do that They did not instead issued what they call a modified her with this directive, which gave the airlines thousands of takeoffs and landings before they had to inspect it to see that they were nowhere near that 1000 point when this thing just happened, So there's a reason now why the FAA is now issued an emergency airworthiness directive, effectively grounding all those Triple sevens until the And later in second, But there are those like me. Who would have argued they should have done that a long time ago. Yeah, well, those people on that plane were lucky. That's for sure. It looks like they may finally be some positive signs for the cruise industry to restart or not, I see they postpone for a little while longer. Well, you know what? Just a little while longer. They're moving quickly to redo their floor plans. They're designed their protocols. They're you know everything from their dining service to their shore excursions. And of course, we have the widespread now dissemination of the vaccine. Every cruise line mark my words, one by one is gonna make a rule that you cannot even get on the ship unless you show proof of vaccination. And so most of those cruise passengers were willingly do that. Then you couple that with the development of widespread, more reliable fast response testing So that passengers could be tested within 45 seconds before getting to a port to satisfy the port requirements before they're allowed to go in, so it's moving in the right direction. Sounds that way ahead. CSC's gonna hire a bunch of people that mean they think travels really gonna pick up soon. Yeah, they're going to hire about 6000 new inspectors. They're looking at the numbers like we are and they're seeing second quarter third quarter booking start to move quickly upwards, so they're trying to anticipate the demand. That's also a good sign that things were going to come back. Right. Hey, we've been talking about vaccine passports for quite some time. Whether you're gonna be the norm or not now, you National Air Transport Association is announced covert travel past same thing. Almost the same thing. Everybody's coming up with one. Denmark's got a digital passport that will have that information for its citizens. Americans trying to do a nap for its passengers, but what we really need and it's going to come is a universally acceptable Ah, University readable and, most importantly, a University of great herbal and up datable. I got, you know, digital document that everybody will accept whether you're going to chance mania or you're going to Tucson and well, and that's about 6 to 9 months away. Nice. If Peter enjoy Istanbul on your travels, and we'll we'll talk to next week. Take care of that. You got it, Jimmy. 7 26 Major U. S forces, Man was you Got Jimmy The NFL on.
Engine explodes moments into United Airlines flight
"Orders and inspection. I'm Mary course. Eddie Fox News. Federal aviation regulators are ordering United Airlines to step up inspections of all Boeing 77 seven's equipped with the Type of engine that suffered a failure over Denver Saturday. United says it's temporarily removing those aircrafts from service. The announcement comes a day after United Airlines flight 3 28 had to make an emergency landing at Denver International Airport after its right engine blew apart just after takeoff boxes. Christina Coleman has more. No one was injured, but there was some significant damage on the ground and some terrifying moments in the sky. Fortunately, the flight crew was able to land the plane safely. Take a listen to the Mayday call 28 everywhere. Experience has ability to turn. Mayday, mayday! United! 28 3 28 Heavy! Mayday! Mayday At that point every second that you never departure united 3 28 Heavy mayday aircraft just experienced. Oh, thank you Feel you need to turn immediately. Lester Election I left. One of the jet's engines exploded shortly after the Hawaii bound flight took off from Denver, causing the outer casing to disintegrate. It's unclear what caused the right engine to malfunction, and the National Transportation Safety Board said in a separate statement that two of the engines fan blades were fractured.
Fresh update on "national transportation safety board" discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Of crisis. Preorder your copy of hot seat. Now wherever books are sold. Faa grounds boeing seven seven seven planes and orders thermal inspections after engine blew apart by. Thomas peepers denver. The federal aviation administration on tuesday ordered airlines in the united states to ground planes with the type of engine that blew apart after takeoff from denver this past weekend until they can be inspected for stress cracks. The faa's order applies to us operators of airplanes equipped with certain pratt and whitney pw four thousand engines. Which are used solely on boeing. Seven seven seven's before the planes can fly again. Operators must conduct a thermal acoustic imaging inspection of the large titanium fan blades at the front of each engine. The technology can detect cracks on the interior surfaces of the hollow blades. That can't be seen by the naked eye. According to the order the faa directive is a blow to united airlines which had twenty four of the planes and service and is the only us airline with the engine in its fleet. on sunday. We voluntarily removed. Twenty four boeing seven seven seven aircraft powered by pratt and whitney four thousand series engines from our schedule. Said you had spokesman david gonzales. We've been working with the ntsb on their investigation and will comply with the faa's emergency airworthiness directive to ensure all fifty two of the impacted aircraft in our fleet meet our rigorous safety standards. A united flight from denver to honolulu made an emergency landing shortly after takeoff saturday as pieces of the engine casing rained on suburban neighborhoods. None of the two hundred thirty one passengers or ten or hurt and the flight landed safely. Robert somewhat chairman of the national transportation safety board said during a virtual news conference monday night that a fractured fan blade found in the engine had visible signs of damage consistent with metal fatigue. The broken blade hit and fractured the blade next to it as the engine broke apart. According to a preliminary investigation somewhat said the blade that fractured. I was flown on a private jet to pratt and whitney headquarters monday night to be examined under the supervision of ntsb investigators. Our mission is to understand not only what happened but why it happened so that we can keep it from happening again. He said the faa directive said the agency would review the results of the inspections on a rolling basis based on the initial results as we receive them as well as other data gained from the ongoing investigation. The faa may revise this directive to set a new interval for this inspection or subsequent ones according to the order. The order means fan. Blades will need to be shipped to pratt. And whitney for thermal acoustic imaging tests the company said in a statement about one. Hundred twenty five boeing seven seven seven aircraft are powered by the pow. Four thousand one twelve engine covered under the directive the previous inspection interval for pratt and whitney. Pw four thousand engines was sixty five hundred flight cycles. A flight cycle is defined as one takeoff and landing video posted on twitter. From saturday's emergency showed the engine fully engulfed in flames as the plane. Flew freeze frames from a different video. Taken by a passenger sitting slightly in front of the engine and also posted on. Twitter appeared to show a broken fan blade in the engine. Passengers said they feared the plane crash. After an explosion and flash of light wild people on the ground saul huge chunks of the aircraft. Poor down just missing one home and crushing truck. The explosion visible from the ground left a trail of black smoke in the sky..
FAA orders United to inspect Boeing 777s after emergency
"Is underway after a United Airlines passenger jet heading to Honolulu suffered a major engine failure happened just moments after takeoff. Plane. Debris rained down on the Denver suburbs before the aircraft made a safe emergency landing. United flight 3 28 turned back safely to Denver after suffering an engine failure and dropping debris on the ground below. Shortly after takeoff. Heavy Mayday aircraft just experienced centerpiece, ready to turn immediately. Video posted on social media apparently shows the engine on fire. Parts of the aircraft Rain down on Broomfield, Colorado, parts landed in yards on a ball field in the Street in a few neighborhoods in apparently through the roof of a home. No injuries were reported on board or on the ground. The National Transportation Safety Board has opened an investigation. Don
Fresh update on "national transportation safety board" discussed on Mike McConnell
"United flight where the engine disintegrated over Denver. What's the latest there? You know, In a typical airline incident, pieces of the aircraft can become collector's items that makes the task. For investigators even more of a challenge. But Mike here so many pieces are being turned in. By the public, the National Transportation Safety Board has told many The smaller pieces. They can keep their not needed. And so that's exactly kind of a turn of what the norm. But they're saying the response from the public is overwhelming at this point, which is great to see. No, but there it there. It's you're sitting just the larger pieces in the smaller ones up. They are not as interested in and they're letting people keep him. Along those lines. I was just reading that the NTSB is going to finally get rid of the wreckage from T W a flight 800. That seems like half a lifetime ago that It's been in a warehouse as reconstructed as it could be for all these years, and they're finally going to get rid of it. It might for a lot of people that claim a tw 800 was a you know, they're hiding things. There's a missile strike gives want. One of my biggest counter arguments to that position was looked at the last thing you do, and we keep the evidence of anything like that around you would get rid of it. Um, but I tell you what, When you look at the remains of that aircraft, it shows just how painstaking the processes that investigators go through to try to find out exactly what happened to any sort of an airliner. It's going through a problem and you know they did incredible job, but that's that's going to be Going to go away after all these years? Yeah, I guess they've used it as a training ground for people who reconstruct these accidents. And that's that's been the purpose of it. It was so thorough of a job and again. The National Transportation Safety Board is I've told you for decades. You're an All Star team. They're the reason we have the safest, ever ever era of commercial jet travel in the United States because of the job they do and the recommendations they make following any accident. Or near accident as they will with the Denver incident that we had this weekend. But, yeah, it's just incredible testament to the job they do. Just for those too young to remember. It was on the floor of the ocean, and you know that they are all these pieces be brought up and reconstructed and, well, looking up. Google it Googling. Elsewhere, American Airlines jet, The pilot said something flew over his head. Could have been a missile didn't know what do we know This is American Airlines, 22 92 flying out of Cincinnati. He was headed Phoenix on Sunday. And when they were over New Mexico, the Crew saw something fly directly overhead. That was long and kind of a cylinder type thing. And initially, American Airlines denied anything happened. Come on, folks, So this is not a U F O type of thing. It's But then someone got their hands on the actual air traffic control tape, and it's clear that it was United Airlines 22 92. They asked the You know the air traffic control if anything, was there, because he captain said, Look it. It sounds strange, but looks like a cruise missile or something. Had flown over us, and the investigation continues to see exactly what it is. Earth pilots are extremely good when it comes to the reliability of their reports. So it's gonna be interesting to see you know course this is New Mexico. We may never know what happened. But Yeah, I'll have more on on the story of my aviation blog's sponsored by the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport, now offering fares to Denver around here for $64 or Miami, 69. You could check out those and many more great deals. CVG airport dot com and great deals. They are all right far as our weather. What are you looking at? The ceiling never could see some weather delays approaching an hour. And Mike is bad. His last week was that this week is Justus. Good to those delay should be minimal. All right. We'll take it. J. Thank you very much. Time is by 26 right now and time for the pit..
United Flight Lands in Denver Following Engine Failure
"One was in the air or on the ground after a united airlines jet suffered a catastrophic engine failure. Large metal pieces of the plane fell from the sky in suburban denver. This woman was on flight. Three twenty eight. Which was headed to honolulu. I could see the large flash. He was flames. And you could hear it feel it feel the heat from it. The plane returned to the airport and landed safely. The national transportation safety board is
Videos show plane engine on fire as it drops debris on Colorado
"Some scary moments for airline passengers just moments after takeoff. United Jet heading to Honolulu landing safely after suffering engine failure United flight 3 28 turned back safely to Denver after suffering an engine failure and dropping debris on the ground below. Shortly after takeoff. United 28 Heavy Mayday aircraft just exchanged ready to turn immediately. Video posted on social media apparently shows the engine on fire. Parts of the aircraft Rain Down on Broomfield, Colorado, parts landed in yards on a ball field in the street in a few neighborhoods in apparently through the roof of a home. No injuries were reported on board or on the ground. The National Transportation Safety Board has opened an investigation Don you back is CBS NEWS? Former
United flight from Denver has engine failure, drops debris on neighborhoods
"Now United Airlines passenger jet dropped to breathe this weekend. The plane suffered an engine failure is Colorado Public Radio's clear. Cleveland reports. United flight 3 28 had just taken off from Denver International Airport for Honolulu when the failure occurred. People reported hearing an explosion. John pull heard the noise while he was standing in his kitchen. So I looked up, see if I could see any claims. And I saw this twin jet airliner trying to get that moment, too. I just noticed it was smoking out of that right side. It was remarkable. In Broomfield, northwest of Denver, plane debris fell over a neighborhood and a park. The plane safely returned to the airport, and no injuries have been reported. The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the incident for
United Flight Lands in Denver Following Engine Failure
"Takeoff. United flight 3 28 turned back safely to Denver after suffering an engine failure and dropping debris on the ground below. Shortly after takeoff. United 3 28 Heavy Mayday aircraft just experienced, ready to turn immediately. Video posted on social media apparently shows the engine on fire. Parts of the aircraft rain down. Alone. Broomfield, Colorado parts landed in yards on a ball field in the street in a few neighborhoods and apparently through the roof of a home. No injuries were reported on board or on the ground. The National Transportation Safety Board has opened an
United Flight Lands in Denver Following Engine Failure
"An emergency landing of a united airlines plane will be investigated by the national transportation. Safety board officials say one of the plane's engine suffered a catastrophic failure yesterday causing debris to fall from the sky pieces of the aircraft landed in the suburbs of denver. This is a very popular spot. Broomfield we have the dog parkway of the turf field. There's playgrounds this park on a day like today when it's not as cold as it was last week and we could have hundreds of people here well with broomfield police department flight. Three twenty eight which was headed to honolulu from denver return to the airport and landed safely. No one on board or on the ground was hurt.
United flight from Denver has engine failure, drops debris on neighborhoods
"Ah United Airlines Flight was forced to return to Denver International Airport today after an engine failure scattered debris over a Colorado town. In Colorado public radio clear Cleveland reports United flight 3 28 was on its way to Honolulu when the Boeing 7 70 sevens right engine failed after takeoff. Debris from the plane fell on a neighborhood and park in Broomfield, northwest of Denver. Rachel Welty, a spokesperson for the Broomfield Police Department, says she's shocked. No one was injured by the debris on a day like today, when it's not as cold as it was last weekend. We could have hundreds of people here and the fact that we're still not getting reports of any injuries. It's amazing. The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the incident. For NPR News. I'm Claire Cleveland
Pilot in deadly Kobe Bryant crash was disoriented in clouds, NTSB says
"Blames the helicopter pilot for the crash that killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant last year. CBS is Errol Barnett says the pilot flew into a wall of clouds that left him unable to tell which way was a federal investigators say the pilot flying basketball star Kobe Bryant is 13 year old daughter, Guiana and six others. Experience spatial disorientation when he crashed his helicopter into a California hillside in January of 2020, the National Transportation Safety Board said it found no evidence The NBA legend pushed his pilot to fly into folk that day, saying that our is ABI and likely felt self induced pressure to please Bryant. The
Pilot in deadly Kobe Bryant crash violated federal standards, NTSB says
"Who crashed into a southern California hillside last year, killing Kobe Bryant, his young daughter, Juliana, and six other passengers went against his training and violated flight rules by flying into thick clouds. National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt says the pilot likely became disoriented. And could not discern up from down. NTSB meteorologist Mike Richards recalls conditions that day weather information for the accident time consistently presented an environment characterized by low clouds and restrictions to visibility. The pilot tried to climb sharply through the clouds nearly broke through from the helicopter banked abruptly and plunged into the hills below.
Pilot 'disorientation' likely caused Kobe Bryant crash, NTSB says
"The NTSB says the pilot and the Kobe Bryant crash was disoriented in the clouds. Safety investigators say the palette of Kobe Bryant's helicopter flew through the clouds and apparent violation of federal standards and likely became disoriented. Robert Sumwalt, who's the chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, said pilot arrows O'Brien was flying under visual flight rules, which means he needed to be able to see where he was going. So by unpiloted. The aircraft declined sharply and at nearly Broke into the clouds when the helicopter banked abruptly and plunged into the hills below. Killing everybody on
NTSB: Pilot Likely Became Disoriented By Clouds In Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash In Los Angeles County
"Safety investigators say the pilot of Kobe Bryant's helicopter flew through the clouds and a violation of federal standards and likely became disoriented. National Transportation Safety Board says pilot Ariza billion was flying under visual flight rules meaning he needed to see where he was going. In that helicopter crash back in January, 2020 that piece of aircraft rather did not have a black box recording device, but it was not required to have one in the NTSB is now considering changing that particular regulation for
Investigators: pilot in Kobe Bryant crash appeared to violate flight standards, likely became disoriented in clouds
"WSB safety investigators say the pilot of Kobe Bryant's helicopter Flew through the clouds and an apparent violation of federal standards and likely became disoriented. Robert Sumwalt, chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, saying this morning that the pilot was flying under visual flight rules, which means he needed to be able to see where he was going. Killed in the crash last January, Kobe Bryant, his daughter, friends
Kobe Bryant crash pilot disoriented in clouds, agency says
"The NTSB says the pilot in the Kobe Bryant crash was dis oriented in the clouds safety investigators say the pilot of Kobe Bryant's helicopter flew through the clouds in apparent violation of federal standards and likely became disoriented Robert some ball who's the chairman of the national transportation safety board said pilot all right so by and was flying under visual flight rules which means he needed to be able to see where he was going so by and piloted the aircraft to climb sharply and that nearly broke into the clouds when the helicopter banked abruptly and plunged into the hills below killing everybody on board I'm Shelley Adler
Cause Of Kobe Bryant's Los Angeles County Crash To Be Revealed
"Helicopter crash that killed nine people, including NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter. The National Transportation Safety Board holds a hearing today and it will take a vote on the crash is probable cause and any Recommendations to prevent future disasters. Officials have said the crash appeared to be accidental, though there was no signs of mechanical failure or a step closer to a new name for
NTSB set to finish timeline of chopper crash that killed Kobe Bryant, 8 others
"Radio National Transportation Safety Board is putting the finishing touches now on its report on the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant. Is 13, year old daughter and seven other people. The board votes tomorrow on the a probable cause of the crash and recommendations to help prevent similar crashes in the future. Officials have said there was no sign of any mechanical failure and they believe the crash was an accident. The chopper you may remember crashed in some thick, thick fog on a January morning last year as it carried Bryant and the others from Orange County to his Mama Sports Academy in Ventura
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Service member into contractors have been killed today by Somali extremist on a military base in Kenya correspondent for I. seven so they're all paid off for the ages group also about attacked my debate a field and closed his extensive damage to both fixed wing and rotary aircraft opinion defense forces told us that that five of the US about terrorist away were found dead they found some weapons as well it is the first time Shabab have attacked American troops on Canadian soil and rocks prime minister is working on carrying out a resolution passed today by parliament to Alice to U. S. another foreign troops after drone strike killed Iran's top military commander correspondent are with Damon given that he is a caretaker prime minister or there are to a certain degree some questions still surrounding whether or not he has the authority to then ask coalition forces to leave he himself said that he did not need to go to parliament for that permission but analysts are saying that he's probably looking for political support and to try to take some of the burden of responsibility for what comes next thousands of people have rallied in New York today in a show of solidarity for Jews following a string of anti semitic attacks in the region correspondent branch in grass part of the Pennsylvania Turnpike remains closed a ninety mile stretch in the western part of the state following a multi vehicle crash at least five people were killed and sixty were injured after a tour bus lost control multiple vehicles involved including several tractor trailers the national transportation safety board is investigating officials in Pennsylvania say that those people are dead doesn't have been hospitalized about sixty in that overnight crash in the western part of the state I'm in Kate's are you paying too much for term life insurance there's a tremendous price war among the major term life companies rates have dropped dramatically in the past few years for example a man H. forty five non tobacco user one million.
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"The National Transportation Safety board will lead the investigation into the crash. David Barel NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD the heavy rain, so we've had throughout the spring of led to flooding in some areas. Putting a damper on some Father's Day, weekend activities grapevine lake is currently at fourteen feet above normal pool. That's led to flooding at some campgrounds Mona Kington Lia with the city of grapevine says, all, but two city operated boat ramps remain closed, and there's no estimated time for reopening. Corps water and our water line receive. Begin to slowly urban areas and then we'll know more about the campground in the near future ferris branch branching, katie's woods or the two boat, ramps that are opened traffic and weather. Gather on the eights next KRLD news time, nine thirty five. When there's breaking news, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD is on the scene. Live in mesquite, live in Arlington information you need as it happens. Let's get the latest now. Live from McKinney. The news station in North, Texas, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Capital. One presents at thirty thirty-second audio tour of Ireland sheep berries go charming castle chairman castle terming castle, charming castle, chairman. You know, you can actually go there when you use the Capital, One venture card. You earn unlimited double miles on every dollar. He spent on every purchase which means you'll have plenty of miles to actually travel to Ireland the Capital, One venture card. What's in your wallet Capital, One Bank USAA? Don't let this summer pass you out Howard out in the fight. Our energy tower up your summer sweepstakes. He could win one of five amazing experiences by five hour. Energy product includes, Sherry extra strength snap. A picture of your receipt. Senate in because it's about time you had the dining your life, power up your cellar with five hour energy. No purchase necessary. Sweepstakes ends July fifteen twenty nine nine must be US resident eighteen years old or Twitter for official rules. Visit WWW dot H. E win dot com. Void where prohibited. Sponsored by letting essentials LLC. Story. Jason morass. Jason Moran was born in June of nineteen seventy seven. He got his start in coffee shops around San Diego in two thousand releasing his debut studio album in two thousand two to date. He's released five studio. Albums selling seven million albums and over eleven and a half million singles. He's also grabbed himself to Grammys in terms of his name, he's of Czech and Slovak descent, morass, which is real last name is check for frost. This is Carol is chief meteorologist Jan Bruyn off helping you be prepared in the event of severe weather here in North Texas. Did you know there's as many as forty thousand thunderstorms each day around the world and a hundred thousand thunderstorms each year, just in the US eleven they are classified as severe thunderstorms. When it contains one or more of the following HALE went into integrator winds gusting, and excessive fifty eight miles per hour or it produces a tornado when they're severe weather North Texas. I'll be here to keep you informed. On NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Did you know there are over a thousand podcasts on radio dot com? Download the app or hit to radio dot com.
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"On those beautiful town, and there are a lot of wonderful things to see out there, but to do, so you have to be fairly low and slow much of the south plains, still on high alert after an outbreak of severe weather. So who has to be on alert here this morning? Flash flood alerts go all the way into Illinois there to kind of pockets of rain, that's gonna come through they're very slow moving storms. They train, meaning they go over the same region over and over again. Violent storms come again as the atmosphere. Destabilizes Springfield, Missouri. Saint louis. Kansas City all have to be on the lookout Little Rock Arkansas to maybe ginger Zee. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. The KOMO morning news. It is seven oh two this Tuesday morning, we've had our share of some showers overnight. We'll talk to Seth here in a couple of minutes and see what to expect for the next several days, fifty two degrees in Seattle right now. Good morning. I'm Gregg Hersholt mandate is off this morning. And here's what's happening. A former Boeing flight controls engineer spent hours answering prosecutors. Questions in a federal criminal probe of the two seven thirty seven max crashes. We get details from komo's Corwin Hake. Federal prosecutors questioned locally consultant Peter, lemme for six hours, according to a report in the Seattle times, the report says the US Justice Department's fraud section is working to determine if criminal conduct contributed to the two deadly crashes, lemme himself as a no way a target of the investigation. He's a former Boeing engineer who conducted his own analysis of the Indonesian, lion air crash last fall, after the air crash in March. Lemme told KOMO news Boeing troubling decision when it withheld details from federal regulators about a new feature on the seven three seven max. I think what's most troubling as the M S maneuvering characteristics. Augmentation system was not revealed openly to even the fight standardization for. Lemme received a grand jury subpoena last month, directing him to provide prosecutors with his research, Corwin Hake, KOMO news. A bumpy flight into seatac airport yesterday afternoon caused minor injuries for one person on board the flight and a scare for everyone. Jody gray wall was a passenger on. Delta flight ten seventy nine from San Diego fell asleep. Some of the people that I was on the trip with did see an older man had fallen I think he was coming from or to the bathroom is what I was told reporters Seattle says the man was seen by medics when the flight landed has minor injuries. No one else was hurt, but gray wall says, I'm going to be on a plane anytime soon. After everybody got off the flight. They had stories to tell but again, no one was seriously injured. We're hoping to learn some more today about when passenger trains will resume operations through the point defiance bypass section in Pierce county. The National Transportation Safety board is expected to release.
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"Nonprofit land trust a Boeing seven thirty-seven skidded off a runway, Jacksonville Florida and into the Saint John's river that aircraft had taken off from naval station Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. Bruce Landsberg is with an National Transportation Safety board. And he says investigators are gathering the tools they need to figure out. Exactly what happened. We have recovered. The flight data recorder that has the ability to record over one thousand parameters, and that'll give us the airspeed position of flight controls the altitude the point of touchdown and many many things relative to what the aircraft was doing. None of the one hundred forty three people on board suffered any critical injuries to people confirmed dead after an. Explosion and fire to silicon victory in Illinois, two others missing fire marshal's, Steve Lindsey says an emergency crews have had to suspend search efforts. We've had a bunch of different people evaluating due to the chemicals that were in the building and structural instability. It's been deemed unsafe for us to continue any sort of search the cause of that explosion and fire is not yet been determined opening statements painted, a pretty contrasting view of Fresno assemblyman, who's been charged with misdemeanor child abuse. Not going to the Fresno bee. Prosecutors painted Joaquin our Imboula as a man with a history of violence on December nine last year. Were. That's so set so angry. So mad losses ember that he wee's daughter seven-year-old Swede face to shut her up to quiet matter. His defense attorney though described a different situation altogether. Doctorate. I'm like rats. Tries to he holds her tiny jumping hurts herself. Not only that he just needs to hit her. The calm down are accused of hitting a seven year old daughter on her face and leaving a bruise. She testified for about three hours following opening statements. It's two forty four and there's a three car crash in downtown area. This is on the five south of Broadway. We'll take a closer look at that. Another traffic problems coming up in one minute with Lou style. You don't see as well as you used to. And it's getting worse. You're not sure where to turn for support wondering, what's next vision loss doesn't have to hold you back from living the life. You want the national federation of the blind can help whether you're blind or experiencing vision loss..
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"National Transportation Safety board would have set a team to help investigate the crash, but it can't government shutdown a key company. Prominence danger ground cast got fired after fellow deputies say he drove drunk to another crime scene. The penelas county sheriff's office says George Moffatt junior's arrest Thursday will have no effect on Michael Drake has case. But Drake is attorney John Travolta told news channel eight that Muffin would have no credibility to a jury. Now, Drake, a faces a manslaughter charge in the shooting death of a man outside Clearwater convenience store in an argument over a handicapped parking space last July three people murdered in Tarpon springs. Buying in-law police say with another relative still missing seventy-one year old Richard Ivanovich. His fifty nine year old wife, Laura. And twenty five year olds and nNcholas died before Christmas in their mobile home room. Police major Jeff young says no one found their bodies for a week through the investigation. Did that's are believed to have occurred later in the day on December nineteenth or December twentieth. This has been an exhausting four days for everyone. Police say twenty five year old Shelby Neely in-law of the victims has admitted to the killings. They caught him in Ohio where they say, he drove Laura advantages car police have not found any of these wife and fear the worst for her. The Tampa Bay rays will have fewer empty seats this coming season. It will have fewer seats period in their arena after deciding to close off the upper level at Tropicana field to create a more intimate fan experience. It will lower the Trump's capacity to about twenty five thousand three had the second lowest attendance in the major leagues last at just over fourteen thousand fans per game. Only the Marlins drew fewer fans averaging for ten thousand the lightning try to make it eight straight wins when they play the sharks in San Jose tonight. The boats had the best record in the NHL and have lost just once since November Katie kucherov refractory goal and three assisted the bolts last game. They sixty two victory over the Los Angeles Kings game time is eleven o'clock. You can hear it here on nine seventy WFL with pre game coverage beginning at ten thirty. It's coming up. On twelve. Oh, four weather's next on NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a monster..
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"Investigators are trying to determine what set off a wreck on interstate seventy five near Gainesville Florida that killed seven people including five children, those kids were heading to Disney World, and a church, Dan, Holly burst out of Fox, TV affiliate W O F L reports highway patrol traffic homicide division is working to figure out two things. First of all how a northbound semi truck and passenger car round up crashing into each other next. They're trying to figure out how they wound up going barreling through a guard rail across the median right into southbound traffic causing a catastrophic crash the parents of one of the child victims say their daughter's body was so badly damaged. They could only identify her by her nail polish the National Transportation Safety board would normally send a team to help with the investigation, but can't because the federal government shutdown the centers for disease control and prevention. Says as of late December two thousand eighteen Kansas is listed in green, meaning minimal influenza activity. KSL new spoke with Sedgwick county health director Adrian, burn. She says the key to winning the battle against the flu is prevention, including washing your hands frequently covering your cough and getting your flu shot, and we don't know yet. How good of a match it is. But preliminary we're hearing that it is a good match. What they're seeing the strange are good not for the shot. Flu season usually peaks from November to March. A spokesman says Kansas Republican Roger Marshall is seriously considering running for the US Senate in twenty twenty now that Senator Pat Roberts does not plan to seek reelection Marshall spokesman Brent Robertson said Friday that the Republican congressman will not make a formal decision until congress approves border security funding Marshall holds the same western Kansas City in congress that Roberts did before being elected to the Senate in nineteen Ninety-six. Authorities say to people wanted for murder in Oklahoma have been arrested in Kansas. The US marshals services Thirty-three-year-old, LA shade, Terrell and forty two year old Kenneth Williams were arrested Thursday in the Wichita suburb of maize, they are charged with first degree murder in the December twenty nine th death of Louis pool. In Tulsa, Tulsa officers say pool of shot to death at home on the city's west side, clear and quiet tonight. Just turning chilly eventually cold by the time we wake up early Saturday morning. Those low temperatures dipping down into the twenties. But then temperatures taken off as soon as the sun come. Up right back into the fifties. Even sixties for your Saturday afternoon with plenty of sunshine. I'm chaos storm track. Three meteorologist run out Williams at Cayenne SR Windsor out of the west seven miles per hour. We have fair skies and thirty three degrees. K NSS news now, I Amy Webb..
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"Baltimore and wcbMcom. Shutdown talks scheduled Jack Callaghan. Fox news. President Trump says he had a good meeting Friday with congressional leaders. I think it may have been somewhat contentious. But I think it was very productive. I have to say that a Democrats didn't see it that way. House speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer sounded less optimistic in their Republican counterparts about progress on ending a partial government shutdown. It's very hard to see how progress will be made unless they open up. The government services are being withheld from the American people paychecks are being held withheld from people negotiations are expected to continue through the weekend. The house and Senate don't return the session until Tuesday. Fox's Jared helper the partial government shutdown now reaching fifty day among the federal agencies impacted by the National Transportation Safety board, and that's preventing them from helping to investigate. Thursday's deadly highway crash near Gainesville Florida seven fatalities out of this incident. Five more children at to DisneyWorld, according to Florida highway patrol tenant, Patrick Reardon. They're still trying to determine what caused a truck to plow through a guardrail across the medium and crashed into oncoming traffic triggering the accident. The fire that followed the US military of meted out Justice for the bombing of the USS Cole in Yemen. More than seventeen years ago, an air strike in Yemen believed to have killed Jamal Badawi thought to have planned the attack in the port of Aden. A senior US official says album Dowie was struck while driving alone in a vehicle in Yemen. He was born in Yemen and had been on the run for nearly two decades having escaped prison twice in Yemen. Alba Dolly was on the FBI's list of most wanted terrorists Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon the bombing of the USS Cole in two thousand killed seventeen. American sailors of other better than expected, December jobs report fueling big gains. On Wall Street Friday, the Dow gaining nearly seven hundred forty seven points..
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"Authorities have launched a manhunt Wednesday. A gunman shot and killed a police officer during a traffic stop in a small California town CBS's Maria Villarreal has the latest on the search for the gunman. We have confirmed there is no body Cam. No dash Cam video. And right now, the motive is still a mystery California's governor Jerry Brown has ordered that all flags fly at half staff in honor of corporal sing of Thirty-three-year-old Newman. Police officer O'neil sing had called in the traffic. Stop early Wednesday saying he was pulling over a gray dodge pickup truck that had no license plate than a few minutes later reported shots fired over his radio the National Transportation Safety board is sending investigators to the crash site in South Dakota where small plane went down Christmas day, claiming the lives of two philanthropists who falls fire rescue says people who are home celebrating Christmas when the crash happened in their neighborhood are fortunate the plane didn't come any closer from the way, it looks very lucky the plane crashed through the back. Yeah. Hard area of four homes. Fire crews were able to respond quickly and have the fire under control within minutes Sioux Falls, police have secured the area as they wait. For the arrival of federal investigators will be looking into the cause of the crash CBS reporter Perry. Gratin says fire officials believed that crash could have been much worse. WBZ news time twelve thirty four emergency response team members are called after a man does not respond to calls to leave a Roseville home. Last night was police were checking on the man after receiving calls about a despondent person on floral street near Martin road negotiator was also called for the safety of officers. And the man even though it was reported that the man had a handgun police are not considering it a barricade situation. There was also no threat related to the use of a firearm within an hour. The man was taken into custody without incident is to be transported for evaluation. Updating an earlier story on WWF fire officials in sterling. Heights have revealed the cause of fire that destroyed part of an apartment building on Christmas day w j Sandra McNeill reports. Fire officials say it was a discarded cigarette the became lodged in an air conditioning unit that sparked this fire that has left fifty families homeless broke out Christmas morning at the sterling Troy apartments officials say that smoldering cigarette caused the air conditioning unit to short out, then catch fire Lucy. Nixon has among those who suffered damages Sharon to get in house to.
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"Iran is the mother of all peace and war with Iran is the mother of all wars. The president responded on Twitter in all caps saying never ever threaten the United States again, or you will suffer consequences. The like of which few throughout history have ever suffered before the duck boat that capsized in Branson Missouri killing seventeen people has been raised from table rock lake, captain. Scott Stromer is with the coastguard custody of the duck will be transferred from the Missouri state highway patrol to the National Transportation Safety board, and that will they will take possession of it for the completion of the interview on, sorry, completion of the investigation Olympic swimmer Ryan locked. He has been banned from competition until July of next year. He didn't take a banned substance. It was an intravenous injection. This is AP radio news. There is. A composite sketch of a suspect in the shooting. Death of a. Cardiologists in Houston, surveillance video shows Dr Mark house connect riding his bicycle to work at the Texas medical center. Friday morning when he and another bicyclist appeared across paths police say the shooter road past, the doctor then turned around. And opened fire killing him they're not sure whether the killing was random where if the doctor was, targeted they have released a sketch of a suspect a man, wearing. Glasses and a cap doctor house connect a cardiologists treated president George H W Bush in two thousand four an irregular heartbeat I'm Rita Foley, Louisiana teenager Mason Andrews has started his journey to become the youngest pilot to circumnavigate the, globe, his plane took off yesterday from an airport. In Monroe Louisiana Andrews is eighteen years in about four months. Old this flight should take.
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"Duck boat recovery. I may Donahue with an AP news minute The coast guard pulled the duck boat that capsized in. The lake in Missouri out of the water seventeen people died the duck will be transferred from, the Missouri state highway patrol to the National Transportation Safety board and that will they will take possession of it. For the completion of the, interview on completion of the investigation President Trump said on Twitter the Russia investigation is a fraud and a hoax designed to target him and. Demanding an immediate end. To what, he called the witch hunt this is press secretary Sarah Sanders referring to. The claim that his campaign had anything to do with it a hospital says five of the fourteen people shot by a gunman who went on a, deadly rampage on. A Toronto street are. In serious or critical but stable condition. Two people were killed the gunman is also dead in Toronto parts of southern Arizona have been placed on excessive. Heat warning temperatures. Could approach one hundred twenty, degrees this week I'm Ed Donahue it's a. Story of perseverance even Papa himself could appreciate AP's, Ben Thomas reports key west annual Ernest Hemingway look alike winner is a. Contest regular he'd entered the contest eight previous times I think everybody really has to pay their did but the ninth was magic for Michael groover of, Savannah Georgia the. Sixty two year old. Harbor pilot sites to keys to his. Victory and I had my whole family and friends and a heck of a team screaming for that included his. Wife celebrity chef. Paula Deen who noted not, only does groover. Resemble Hemingway It didn't sell really well Title, delicious life. With Paula Deen. Ernest book I'm Ben Thomas Rwandan President Paul Kagami is praising China's treatment. Of Africa as an equal calling it more precious than money Tagami made the remarks Monday after signing bilateral agreements with the visiting Chinese president Xi. Jinping who is now, the first Chinese president, visit to wonder you arrived in Rwanda late Sunday, from Senegal and will also be visiting Mauritius. And South. Africa where he will attend summit of the bricks emerging economies China is Africa's largest trading partner and also seeks clips amenity. Ties off to opening its first military base on the continent last year in Djibouti President Trump's, issued a warning tweet in all capital letters to Iranian president Hassan. Ronnie in response to, remarks, he made Sunday is AP correspondent Mike have been reports, Iran state news, agency is dismissed Trump's tweet as passive reaction President Trump Warren the Iranian president, that he will face dire consequences, for threatening. The United States Trump tweeted about the dangerous to Orion of making hostile threats after Ruhani's said the. US must understand that peace with Iran is and I quote the mother of all peace and, war with Iran is the mother of all wars unquote Trump tweeted. And again I quote, never, ever threaten the United States. Again are you will suffer, consequences the like, of.
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"Never ever threaten the United States again or you. Will suffer consequences the like of. Which few throughout history have ever suffered before the duck boat. That capsized in Branson Missouri killing. Seventeen people has been. Raised from table rock lake captain Scott Stromer is, with the coastguard custody of the duck will be transferred. From the Missouri state highway patrol to. The National Transportation Safety board and that will they will take possession, of it for the completion of the interview I'm sorry, completion of the investigation Olympic swimmer Ryan locked he has been banned from competition until July of next year he didn't take a banned substance. It was an intravenous. Injection this AP radio. News There is a composite sketch of a suspect in the shooting death of a. Cardiologists in Houston surveillance video shows Dr Mark house connect riding his bicycle to work at the Texas medical center Friday morning when he and another bicyclist. Appeared, across paths police say the shooter road past the doctor then turned around and opened. Fire killing him they're not sure whether the killing was random or if the, doctor was targeted they have released a sketch, of a suspect a man wearing glasses and a, cap doctor house connect a. Cardiologist treated president George H W Bush in, two thousand four. An irregular heartbeat I'm. Rita. Foley Louisiana teenager Mason Andrews has started his journey to become the youngest pilot to. Circumnavigate the globe his plane took off yesterday from an. Airport in Monroe Louisiana Andrews is eighteen years in about. Four months old this flight should take.
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"Duck boat. Recovery I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute The coast guard pulled the duck boat that capsized in. The lake in Missouri out of the water seventeen people died the duck will be transferred from, the Missouri state highway patrol to the National Transportation Safety board and that will they will take possession of it. For the completion of the, interview on completion of the investigation President Trump said on Twitter the Russia investigation is a fraud and a hoax designed to target him and. Demanding an immediate end. To what, he called the witch hunt this is press secretary Sarah Sanders referring to. The claim that his campaign had anything to do with it a hospital says five of the fourteen people shot by a gunman who went on, a deadly rampage. On Toronto streets are. In serious or critical but stable condition. Two people were killed the gunman is also dead in Toronto parts of southern Arizona have been placed on excessive. Heat warning temperatures. Could approach one hundred twenty degrees, this week, I'm Ed Donahue very. Few saw him coming AP's grandma reports francesa Molinaro emerged from a crowded, pag to win the British Open on a day with the British Dunkin leaderboard feature Jordan Spieth Rory mcilroy anti-god boards it was thirty five. Year old Francesco Molinari. From the, crowd to claim his first major win it posted a final round two. Under sixty nine to finish at eight under winning by two from McElroy Justin Rose Kevin and Zander shelf laid Molinari students win with a birdie, at the last. To become the first. Italian winner at the what set the. Championship alight though by leading into the final nine holes but a double bogey at eleven and a follow-up bogey. At twelve ended. His chances of a fairytale win, grandma's canoe state Uber has suspended the driver who recorded hundreds of riders in Saint Louis, without their, permission and, then streams. Video online thirty two year old Jason gargantuan lives in for LaRussa Missouri he's given about seven hundred rides since March almost all of them have been streamed to his channel on the live video website. Twitch where, he, goes by the username just Murph gar gag said he's just trying to capture the natural interactions with passengers but some writers Sade violated their privacy wants a story about it was published in, the Saint Louis post dispatch Uber said it was suspending his use of. The app because of what it, called troubling behavior A country. Music superstars. Stepping up with help for the US Virgin Islands hit hard last year by hurricane Irma now.
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"The daily press briefing today, White House, press secretary. Sarah Sanders explains why President Trump wants to revoke the security clearances of several top Obama administration officials president is exploring the mechanisms to remove security clearance because they've politicized, and in some cases monetize their public service and security clearances making baseless accusations of improper contact with Russia, or being influenced by Russia against the president is extremely inappropriate. Last week, Brennan described President Trump's press conference with Russian President. Vladimir Putin has nothing short of treasonous. The White House is urging Senate Democrats to meet with President Trump supreme court. Nominee Russ secretary, Sarah Sanders says democratic senators have refused to meet with federal judge Brett Cavanaugh, and she's urging them to stop their political games for members of the opposing party to demand answers to questions and yet refused to even meet with a qualified supreme court. Nominee is unprecedented. Sanders says the White House, welcome Senate Democrats who take seriously their constitutional duty of. Vise in consent. And says cavenaugh stands ready, to meet, with members. Of. Both parties Greg Clugston the White House the duck boat capsized and sank last week at a sightseeing cruise was raised from zuri lake today more than three days, after the accident that killed seventeen people near the tourist town of Branson US coast guard captain Scott Stormer, says now that the duck boat has been taken out of. The water, the National Transportation Safety board will start examining the. Custody of the duck will be transferred. From the Missouri state highway patrol to the National Transportation Safety board and that. Will they will, take possession of it for the completion of the interview on sorry completion of, the investigation nine of the people who die belong to one Indiana family others killed came from zuri Arkansas and Illinois Wall Street the Dow down by fourteen points but the. NASDAQ rose twenty. Two the s. and p., advanced five more on these stories at townhall dot com This report is sponsored, by.
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"From the Missouri state highway patrol to the National Transportation Safety board, and that will they will take possession of it for the completion of the interview. I'm sorry, completion of the investigation shows coast guard captain Scott's termer. He says about was photographed closely underwater before being brought to the surface nine of the people who died belong to one, the Indiana family other killed came from Missouri, Arkansas and Illinois. President Trump's national security advisor is echoing the warning to Iran. Against, deploying anymore threatening language. Aimed at the United States ambassador John Bolton says he's spoken with the president over the past several days and President Trump quote told, me that if Iran does anything at all to the negative they will pay a. Price like, few countries have ever paid before former White House press. Secretary Sean Spicer says he's alarmed by the confrontational behavior of today's White House press corps apparently it's the new normal when, we're supposed to be applauding these journalists for, not raising their I would expect more from from kindergarten Spicer's comments hearing, an interview on. The Salem radio network in Ontario the police watchdog says the second person is dead after gunman shot fourteen people in. Toronto's Greek town neighborhood last night Toronto police chief Mark Saunders says the shooter is dead but refused to go into details. At a press conference today the person responsible for this has died and the special investigative unit will be able to provide information concerning that I will not be, touching on that in any way shape or form and a spokeswoman for the provinces. Special investigations. Unit says three, people are dead in all including the gunman the victims were ten. Year, old girl at.
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A woman, is shot. And killed a suspect is in custody I'm an Carrick Fox News. Police say the suspect shot his grandmother before, shooting a. Second woman believed to be his girlfriend LAPD chief Michael Moore there was a second woman at that scene on thirty second street that was that was also injured by gunfire we believe and that was and we believe by the gunman and he took, her kidnapped her from the location in. This vehicle that we're able to identify the suspect. Led police on a chase. That ended in a crash at the trader Joe's in silver lake where he held hostages for three hours one woman at the scene was killed See Coleman survived the sinking of a tourist duck boat on table rock lake near Branson Missouri, nine of her family members died in. That accident since I've had a home Field With little feat and laughter I don't know A severe thunderstorm warning was issued prior to. The boat trip Earl Weiner is with the National Transportation Safety board information about the weather conditions. At the time We've got. Recorded Anna Mamata readings of fifty three. I'm sorry seventy three. Miles per hour put that in context hurricane force winds are usually considered starting a, seventy five that's only two miles an hour difference seventeen of the thirty one people on board, died investigators say they have the data recorder from the boat four hundred twelve pages of documents released by the FBI against former Trump campaign advisor Carter page including the initial finds the application federal authorities claimed. Page with, the subject of. Targeted recruitment by the Russian government in an effort to undermine. And influence the two thousand sixteen.
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"What she going gonna start killing off what would have otherwise but a normal day of going food shopping at a trader Joe's turned deadly after a police chase ended in the parking lot. With the suspect going inside and holding up to fifty people hostage it happened in. Los Angeles KCBS TV's eight around a wine. Gold with a timeline it's still a very active scene out here you can see many of, the people who had been held hostage. Out, here at the church a couple of blocks from, trader Joe's now this all started when the suspect shot his grandma seven times then shot another woman and kidnapped, her in his grandma's car police follow the, car using low Jack and they caught up with. Them in Hollywood the suspect shot out the back window at police he crashed outside the trader Joe's and got into a gun battle with police and during. The gun battle that is. One one woman was shot and killed we don't yet know of she was shot by the, suspect or accidentally by police investigators with the National Transportation Safety board and the coast guard are hoping a video recorder recover from a. Duck boat that Second. Missouri will help provide some explanation on why it sank correspondent Jim crow SOLAS says. They're also trying to figure out why the. Boat went on the lake in the first place duck boat operators know there could be severe, storms Thursday night it's a key question. At, the investigation of the tragic accident we're investigating and, trying to understand how ride the ducks weather information used a subscription whether service or a Wehner with the National, Transportation Safety board says the tour boat was, hit with four to six foot waves and near..
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"The national transportation safety board says sleep apnea was a factor so this doesn't just happen once every twenty years it happens regularly senator schumer's calling of the trump administration to reinstate obama era plans to require the testing of all train operator wake up when it comes to the benefits of testing for sleep apnea he says he cannot get a good answer as to why the trump administration had cancelled the testing rogers der intent and wenjin grand central terminal a statement from the department of transportation says in part that current and upcoming safety programmes appropriately addressed fatigue risks including sleep apnea a funeral service takes place this morning for young hero from queens 11yearold anthony perez is the boy who pulled his friend to safety last week after he fell through the ice on strak pond in woodhaven but then anthony fell into the frigid water himself sabrina knows the boy's sister and says her friends sibling has gone too soon chancer really like enjoy his life you know like get to see the world have experience and stuff like that but you know he's in a better place are now on he's on in god's hands south at filling he'll be like all right the funeral taking place this morning at a church in glendale wiz news time twelve five now the official ten ten wins accuweather 4day forecast periods of rain will taper off overnight as our low dips to about forty two the sun finally coming back out later today high forty six we'll start clouding up again on tuesday high forty and then wednesday some clouds and some sun milder temps around fifty nine for a high even milder thursday with a high fifty nine though it looks like we might get some rain on thursday 53 right now cloudy skies going down to forty two would midtown california congressman adam schiff another washington democrats trying to figure out how to get their rebuttal memo released that's their response to the republican memo claiming the fbi abused its surveillance power while investigating a trump campaign aide but president trump who had to approve the release of the gop memo won't do the same for the democrats memo white house legislative affairs director mark short explained the president's thinking on nbc's meet the.