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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
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
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.
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
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
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.
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
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
Boeing Moved to Fix 777 Engine Covers Before Failures
"To federal aviation administration's grounded dozens of boeing seven seven seven passenger jets after an engine failure united airlines flight. Saturday nearly lead to disaster. The national transportation safety board says a preliminary investigation found the engine manufactured by pratt and whitney showed signs of metal fatigue. This follows two. Fatal crashes of boeing seven thirty-seven. Max jets ethiopian nisha. That killed all three hundred. Forty six people on for
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
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
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
"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 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.
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Really give you too much of a workout more to come to 32 inches all the way up to a foot across Maine. We're going to track this a whole lot more and talk about the cold air to come in behind it in just a bit, Gerard. Thank you Recall alert tonight, impacting more than a quarter of a million Kia vehicles over concerns of engine fires. It's a story we first told you about on news nation earlier this week, Key officials say engines and some SUVs and cars like the surrender, toast, Soul and Sport, Egemen stall or catch fire. Kia will start notifying owners next month. It comes a week after the national highway, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration launched an investigation into Kia and Hyundai and found engine fires in 2019 for a full list of vehicles on our list. You go to our website news nation now dot com and search Kia Family members are speaking out after a federal jury in California has indicted the captain of the conception boat in connection to a deadly fire. Last year, he faces 34 counts of manslaughter after 34 people died. Investigators looked into certain issues the jury outlined in their indictments, which is not having a night roving patrol, failing to conduct fire drills and failing to properly train crew members. One family who lost three daughters in the fire says it feels like they could get justice soon. It ended up being Horrific, horrible tragedy that's changed Charlize Forever. People are held responsible and who will be on the next watch? What would happen to another boat? The family says they'll keep fighting for safer passenger boats in memory of their daughters. The National Transportation Safety Board has not determined the cause of that deadly fire. Days. College basketball game of the top two teams in the country was canceled because of Cupid 19. The game between number one ranked Gonzaga and number two ranked Baylor was called off just.
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board. Talk about all things air safety. Lessons learned, but maybe not lessons applied. You know, we talk about the Boeing 7 37 Max. We're all well aware of the two fatal crashes in close proximity to each other in terms of timing. We know the plane's been grounded. And You know, despite heavy lobbying by Boeing and the airlines at one point, that plane is still grounded, and it will probably fly again. But it called into question so many things that go back into a culture of behavior with the F B I f b I The FAA should be the F B I. In fact, the FBI is investigating. Excuse me. The FBI is investigating the FAA and the manufacturer on this because of their close relationship. I mean, how can the regulator Regulated airline or a manufacturer. When They're actually being told by the airline of the manufacturer. What's right or wrong doesn't make any sense. And in this situation we have a situation where The plane. I think you'd agree with this Greg. The plane on its own is not an unsafe airplane, the plane on its own. It's you know, it's just another iteration of an existing future. Eliza goes back to 1969 actually earlier than that. Earlier that year earlier than that, But the real problem here is how do you certified airplane and what process go? Do you go through to put two basically Ensure that there's transparency and that people can tell the truth. Correct. Correct, But you know there are a couple things here. One certifying an airplane is a very complex process. And it has gotten more complex as new generation airplanes come out, especially with all the new avionics and all the Elektronik that control airplanes today, you know, back when they were building D. C three's When you pull it pushed and pulled the yolk. You were moving a cable that moved the elevator. You know, you pushed on the rudder pedals. You'd move a cable. Now It's all computer controlled. Hydraulically boosted. So you're just giving an input in ones and zeros to a computer. The computer that makes the tap And it becomes a very complex process. The other thing is is that Congress gave the FAA the authority because the FAA didn't have the resource is postmarked both monetary and manpower to go to a delegated System that is, you hire qualified experts who are working on behalf of the FAA. They go into the manufacturer. They are your designated representatives. They are technically an FAA representative, but they're being paid by the manufacturer. Now that's a that's A. That's a big whoops. That's a big whoops. Well, they always thought that that was a conflict of interest. But anything that a D, e, R or a D A. R that the designated engineering representative of Airworthiness representative does in the factory. It still has to be approved by The F A. A. The small aircraft director of the larger craft director, or or Washington, D. C. It's not self certifying, and that really was a confusing discussion for the last year and 1/2. Going isn't self certified. They are doing what they need to do to meet the regulatory requirement. It was the cozy relationship is it was, um, um, characterized. That developed because there was a lot of not a lot of, you know, over the shoulder looking that disappeared over the years, but it's every But every manufacturer Airbus Embraer bomb partying, They all used the same designated engineering process. Why? Because the United States government, the French government, the Canadian government Does not have the manpower or the expertise and on one of the public hearing the congressional hearing If Boeing were to be the manufacturer, and the FAA wanted to put people in that manufacturing facility that were actual FAA employees, they'd have to hire 10,000 experts and they'd have to increase their budget by a $1,000,000,000. That's taxpayer dollars. Exactly, But But you know what? When you think about it the first lawsuits from times a $1,000,000,000 after the fact. Look, here's my question, though we know that Boeing is the biggest, you know the biggest elephant in the room. Had tremendous lobbying power. They had tremendous pressure. It was and and this is coming out in the legal cases. Now that's why you said there's a lot of shoulder turning or looking the other way. And hopefully we're going to fix that. But when we come back, one of the things I want to talk to you about is something that could be easily fixed tomorrow, and it affects everybody listening to the show. Who's ever going to get on another plane again in their life? And that is we all sit there. No. That in the event of an emergency, we've got to be able to evacuate the plane in less than 90 seconds, with half the exits blocked and being in the dark and that never ever happens except in the test. How could that be? We're going to find.
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Fine there was a strange story out of the national transportation safety board that if you remember there was a just a **** rific violent crash two years ago on highway one a one up in Mountain View and it involved a Tesla and the chairman of the national transportation safety board says the driver of that Tesla died while he was playing a video game on his smartphone while he was in the driver's seat they had a hearing today on partially automated driving systems like the auto pilot that Tesla has and Charles sorry Robert Sumwalt the chairman of the NTSB said things that have these partially automated driving systems cannot drive themselves the drivers must continue to pay attention you can't read you can't sleep you can't do something else and he says that means when the driving when driving in the suppose its self driving mode you can't read a book can't watch a movie can't tax that you cannot play video games the guy's car was a big one of the big model X. SUVs and that Walter Huang was the driver it swerved and slammed into a concrete barrier that divides the freeway and some of the exit lanes just before this crash for some reason the Tesla steered to the left inside a paved area between the freeway traveling to the exit ramp and it crashed into the end of the concrete barrier the forward collision alert didn't alert him at the automatic emergency brakes it breaking did not advocate I'm sorry activate for some reason and he didn't break as well and he didn't have a chance.
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"But it's not required on helicopters of that size and even though the national transportation safety board has been pushing the FAA Mike for port teen years to mandated for helicopters of that size the FAA still resisted and that's really unfortunate but will have the very latest on this and more our aviation blog which is sponsored by the greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky International Airport about the lowest fares in the region such as Tampa round trip nonstop for just ninety nine dollars and you can find that many more great deals at CVG airport dot com okay slowdowns are so like city is only hub that we could see delays thirty to forty five minutes everything else looks to be very good all right we got that with I guess time is about this seven twenty six and a half and how many years ago this started better part of twenty years ago if you're staying in a hotel no they would ask you if you wanted to help save energy and maybe not have clean sheets every day you know once because it was good for Mother Earth I've been said to myself well you have good for Mother Earth it's also good for their bill because not washing and drying sheets everyday and first it was the sheets and then they kind of expensive sheets and towels are you fine with using the same towels a few days in a row and typically I was fine with that and the new apparently now in hotels is they're asking if you would just rather just skip room service all together and if you're fine with that I mean you don't you can make your own bed they're actually offering you loyalty points if you're on their program Marriott points whatever the case may be the result is yes they're laying off housekeepers that's what it's all about it's not hiring as many housekeepers and that's what's happening the opt out programs been around for they say more than ten years to get a lot more than that someplace is gonna make a green choice others call it greener stay others color green for green the bottom line is you get points if you make your own bed and use the same towns but the letting go the housekeepers and they figure it's going to continue down this road it'll get to the point where it seems to be typical that with this last service period in this country and probably in the world today and this is where it's going to go over the housekeeping job simply will be there at some point will be used to not having housekeeping and they'll just pretend it never existed so they say they might still employs some housekeepers to end the trash restock amenities like the the mini bar if you're in an upscale hotel but for the most part housekeepers are likely to go away give it time get used to it it's like the the frog in the burning pot of water just a little more heated a time before you know it's boiling I could not seven almost seven twenty nine right now get news just ahead you're concerned about possible loose connections in properly sized breakers or signs of heat in.
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Rule of more the slain running into Mander speaking to thousands gathered in the roots of the suburbs he recounted his last meeting a day before the fateful flight to Baghdad custom Saloum on his daughter urgent astrologer venture father's death in an interview broadcast on the TV station linked to Hezbollah this role as a trump ordered the strike to boost his election prospects and to cover the US policy failures in Iraq his comments come as a rocky lawmakers are calling for the end of the U. S. troop presence there Deborah Amos NPR news Beirut pope Francis called today for dialogue and restraint NPR Sylvia Jolie reports Saint Peter's square was packed at noon when pope Francis appeared at his window for his regular Sunday Angelus prayer he did not mention Iran by name or the U. S. drone attack in Baghdad that killed military commander Qasem Soleimani but adding to his prepared remarks Francis spoke of the terrible atmosphere of tension they can now be felt in many parts of the world he said ward leads only to death and destruction I call on all sides to keep a light the flame of dialogue and self restraint he added and ward off the shadow of hostility security was stepped up at the Vatican were heavily armed police were deployed throughout the crowd so people Julie NPR news Rome more than a year after his death some private files of a prominent Republican redistricting strategist are now public they could reveal political schemes to give Republicans greater power and be ours Hyundai Luong reports Thomas Hafiz daughter Stephanie found it's hard drives after he died in twenty eighteen to turn over to attorneys for a lawsuit over political mass Thomas how for help draw in North Carolina as the court recently found those maps be Jerry Mander to unfairly benefit Republicans Stephanie how first issue once more people to dig through copies of her father's files as she uploaded to the hustler files dot com his work is really having a profound affect and has had long before anybody really notice on a broader level Stephanie how their says if she can access any other files in the future she went to share them on too long in care news New York this is NPR news the national transportation safety board is investigating a pile up on the Pennsylvania Turnpike early this morning police say a tour bus collided with three tractor trailers and a passenger car five people were killed about sixty others were injured the crashes occurred in a mountainous stretch of interstate about thirty miles east of Pittsburgh officials in Paris a note for dom cathedral is still in danger of collapsing Jake's again reports construction has been slow since the fame to feed Roehl caught fire in April before restoration can begin at Notre dom workers still have to finish clearing rubble and make sure the vaulted ceilings are secure French generals only results along the man in charge of reconstruction told C. news no trade is still not state not put on the bus story pops of Kerr George alone says workers still have the extremely important step of removing the scaffolding that was built around the spire before the fire the condition of the vault is still unknown and the general said he cannot guarantee they won't fall apart entirely however your salon said expert analysis of the cathedral state are reassuring and the team feels confident about moving forward for NPR news I'm shakes again a row in Paris authorities in Australia are taking advantage of a second day of cooler temperatures to try to reopen roads and reach people have been trapped by wildfires for days at least twenty four people have died more than twelve million acres have been destroyed the bush fire season started earlier than usual this year after a three year drought that left much of the country's.
"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.
"national transportation safety board" Discussed on WSB-AM
"As commuters heading to work heading home later on today trying to get their trick or treaters in folks going to be walking all over the neighborhoods trying to get that candy are they going to be wet we bring a double the SP meteorologist Kirk malice tracking these these showers that are making their way into metro Atlanta and we just have isolated showers in the area now but the rain coverage will be increasing after nine AM diminishing after four PM and dating by six PM give or take a couple of hours temperatures will fall after the lunch hour two fifty by six PM forty five eight PM with the wind chill factor around thirty eight northwest winds gusting fifteen to thirty miles an hour this evening down to forty two by ten PM windchill factor around thirty four and a freeze warning eleven PM to ten A. M. tomorrow live in the storm center I'm WSP meteorologist Kirk knowledge nervous parents trying to make their plans for tonight we want to hear from you what are your plans for Halloween how they're impacted by the weather and how early are you planning to leave the office to get home today tell us using the open Mike feature on the WSB radio app W. has been used time is six thirty two here's Marcy Williams a bill patchy I knew this morning a person is found shot to death next to a car and I six seventy five in Clayton county channel two action news reporter Kristin Holloway reports all began at a Forest Park motel this is told police they describe the shooting this morning as a gun battle now that's a Gator say they found several shell casings one man connected to the shootings hospitalized in police are interviewing two women seen walking on the highway near where the car was found with about a half dozen families displaced in the wake of Wednesday's plane crash in the cab county W. S. B.'s Michelle Wright reports live this morning the national transportation safety board is now launching.
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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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"Driven organization. We have the safety record. We have today based on science risk analysis. And data L was speaking on NPR's morning edition. He said the FAA acted yesterday because it received some additional analysis of satellite tracking information. It showed similarities to the flight profile of the lion. Aircrash in Indonesia last October. The move could not come soon enough for concerns passengers in the US and amid growing calls from advocates Bill McGee works for consumer reports. He says the FAA needs to be more proactive. These are systemic problems that the FAA is not the watchdog that it should be. We have shown time. And again, when it comes to your line maintenance operations, in fact, the FAA houses, some inspectors inside facilities of the manufacturers it regulates it's designed to speed approvals in inspections, but that has long drawn the criticism of congress FAA needs to rethink its relationship with the airlines and with the other aviation entities, which it regulates that's the late Minnesota congressman James Oberstar at a hearing in. Two thousand eight the FAA traces its origins back to the nineteen twenties. When it became part of the Commerce Department for decades, the agency referred to the companies it regulated as its customers that closeness between regulator in regulated isn't necessarily bad says, John Cox, he's a former airline pilot who now leads the consulting groups safety operating systems. He says the FAA uses a partnership approach that works. So the things that came up mistakes get made improvements that could be made their use a cooperative effort to address that Cox points to the overall safety of aviation in the United States the last fatal crash of a US airliner was a decade ago. The FAA says it has achieved this record because the agency has continually evolved how it approaches safety oversight. Jim Hall is worried though, he's a former chairman of the National Transportation Safety board the NTSB investigator. Accidents and makes recommendations for safety improvements all the agencies and the government in Washington is captive to the money that runs the city. So you can't separate that traumatic economics revolving door politics aside, the focus remains on trying to understand why a pair of brand new Boeing seven thirty-seven max aircraft crashed under similar circumstances, killing a total of three hundred forty six people. Russell Lewis NPR news. Boeing says it is pausing delivery to its customers of new 737, max airplanes. But it says it will continue building them while assessing the situation until now Boeing has been churning out the popular model at a breakneck rate at a plant near Seattle employing more than ten thousand workers and PR's Martin Kosti reports. This is the Boeing plant in Renton a suburb of Seattle on the southern shore of lake Washington. They built b twenty nine bombers.
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"Showers and fifty six degrees with KLIF news and information, I'm freighter Ross the association of professional flight attendants is calling on American Airlines to ground at seven seven max, eight planes after the recent Ethiopian Airlines. Crash. We want to make sure that our crews and our passengers are safe. And we have three of the most respected regulatory body. You know in the world stepping up for safety, and that was UK Austrailia Singapore. And we believe the DOT and FAA should also consider the same decision. AP FA. President Laurie Bassani says she's written to American airline CEO, Doug Parker, and it's hoping he will understand their safety concerns. The army corps of engineers will drill this afternoon and tomorrow into the soil in a north west Dallas neighborhood, where several gas leaks happened last year Clayton churches with the core and says it will be a unique operation for my knowledge. This is the first time that the drill. Crude in the last twenty years has been asked to help out the National Transportation Safety board in this type of all he says his crew is still waiting for a final permit to begin collecting samples once they receive it they'll send so. Soil samples to a lab in Arlington that will determine how much the shifting affected the broken gas lines. It's time now for the KLIF traffic watch. Here's my ho-, Scott. A.
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"And breaking news on talkradio six eighty WCBS, Baltimore and wcbMcom. Tensions continue in Venezuela. I'm Joe Chiro. Fox News, the unrest resumed for another day in Venezuela over shipments of humanitarian aid being blocked by president Madero. There were some tense standoffs and deadly clashes between Venezuela's opposition and President Nicolas Maduro security forces today, at least two people are dead at this hour, and at least eighteen are injured when there was a clash along the Venezuelan Brazilian border. According to a reputable, nonprofit, pro Madero, private gangs, opened fire on civilians, according to the Associated Press to humanitarian aid trucks are stuck trying to get into Venezuela there, but president mother-in-law's national guardsmen have blocked the border crossing Brian. Yeah. That was president Maduro announced. He severed all diplomatic ties with neighboring Columbia, former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort committed crimes, it cut to the heart of the criminal Justice. System as according to a sentencing memo filed today by special counsel, Robert Mueller's office eight hundred pages total which included exhibits. The actual sentencing memo, I have it right here. Just twenty five pages heavily redacted. I spoke with our Justice producer this afternoon. Says there were no major bombshells in this twenty five page memo. In fact, many expected to find out an actual prison recommendation for Paul Manafort, but there's no specific sentence. Number mentioned. Fox's David spot. A Boeing seven sixty seven cargo jet believed to have three people on board crashed in trinity bay near Houston. The Zahn prime plane was operated by atlas air plane was manufactured by Boeing. They put out a statement reading. We're concerned about the safety of the three people reported to be on board the plane, we are prepared to provide technical assistance, the National Transportation Safety board as it.
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"Listen and follow on iheartradio app. WG y AccuWeather forecast. Cloudy today with snow arriving by late morning, accumulating four to eight inches through the afternoon before mixing with and changing to sleet and freezing rain twenty evening. High twenty-six today, sleet and freezing rain early tonight will change back to some snow late. Additional accumulation less than an inch. But travel will be difficult. Temperatures climb to around thirty a flurry or two early tomorrow, rather, cloudy, breezy and not as cold, otherwise high thirty six with your Accu weather forecast. I'm Heather zehr on NewsRadio. Eight ten one zero three one WG Yuji y obvious guys sixteen NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one WG wine top story and other winter storm headed our way WG y AccuWeather meteorologist Bob Larsen precipitation will begin as snow that should be after the Tuesday morning commute properly by mid if not late morning on Tuesday sto can begin to mix with sleet lately entered in. We anticipate. A change over to sleet. Even over to freezing rain on the immediate capital region. We can expect between four to eight inches of snow. It'll be heavier to the north and west Orson says at times the snow could come down at the rate of over an inch an hour. We already have a lot of school closings and early dismissals today complete list as always is up a W G Y dot com, keyword, snow and listen to WG wind this afternoon, latest road, conditions and the AccuWeather forecast. National Transportation Safety board has released a.
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"Thank you. Frank Jackson flight safety foundation, chairman somewhat does the item about safe shipment of hazardous materials. Does that extend to aviation, and if so view have outstanding recommendations on Franken it does? It does extend aviation and we have investigated accents. Where the shipment of lithium batteries has been problematic. Now, we are by design. If you look at our enabling legislation we are pretty much an accident investigation agency, so our recommendation stem from accident investigations. So far, we have not had an aviation accident in the US related to these iphones getting squashed into into seat backs and seats seats and things like that. Will that day occur? I hope not. But I'm fearful, but our main focus as it relates to aviation shipment of hazardous materials has been on the ship of lithium batteries. And one final question. All right, then completes our question and answer session for the most wanted list kickoff event. Please stick around. We're going to debut the companion video to go with show up on the monitors. Here. If you have a need for one on ones or follow up questions with any of our families. Please get with myself, Eric Terry or Keith. And we'll we'll make those arrangements for you. Please enjoy our video. This has been live coverage from the National Press Club, the National Transportation Safety board, which is a federal independent agency that investigates accidents and suggests safety improvements hosted this event, and they are giving their recommendation for their most wanted list of improvements for safety. This will be on our website if you'd like to revisit it or if you missed any of it net address online C span dot org. This is C span radio over the last year. The world is seen. What we always knew that. No people on earth are so fearless daring or determine as Americans. If there is a mountain we climb. If there's a frontier we cross if there's a challenge we came in. If there's an opportunity we season. So let's begin tonight by recognizing that the state of our union is strong because our.
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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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"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..