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"ntsb" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast
"As aviation goes what are we talking about. What which ones are you working. With specifically sugar so traditionally when people think of crash investigation. They think of the black box which we all know is is orange. That's what we can find it but actually spend most of my time. Just trying to get any source of data off off vehicle in this case in airplane. If we're going to limit ourselves aviation so that could be a flight. Instrument lay pf the nfc and engine monitoring unit or it could be a federally sanctioned protected reporters such as cpr or an fdr and basically the lab vehicle division anything that could possibly record data whether it was meant to erect out Accident investigation purpose or not as is my responsibly to dictate out no matter how we can do it and for lack of a better term exploited so the other investigators can you glean something from it. So what what. I thought we could do is start at the very beginning and walked through. How the ntsb investigates aviation incident or accident and kind of go from the minute. You receive word that you're going to needed all the way through public board meeting. Here's the final report i know. We're we're limiting ourselves to the amount of time that we can discuss The three of us could could go on for days. But we'll do our best to keep things moving so talk about your who says go. Something happens plane. Crashes and then what happens sure so we have a response operation center in their twenty four seven inside the ntsb headquarters and they are constantly monitoring all sources of information leading traditional news media twitter. Any way that we might get notified publicly by an accident and also the official ways as if you have an accident on the ntsb form. They are the receiving end of the thought of the phone. Call for an accident report. They are monitoring save aviation situation. There's an accident. They will start coordinating.
Two Federal Agencies Investigating Fatal Tesla Crash
"Agencies now investigating last week's Teslik crash, the deadly crash near the Woodlands. One of the people who was killed was a doctor is the NTSB in the National Highway Safety board. Both local investigators say no one was at the wheel when that Tesler rammed a tree and burst into flames.
Coast Guard: Search for missing crew to be suspended
"Company. The death toll from an oil ship that capsized off the coast of Louisiana is now up to five. Coast Guard captain will, Watson says they're making the tough decision to call off that search. This does not mean that the case is closed a tiny time we might receive new information that would compel us to resume the search. The Coast Guard has searched more than 9000 Square nautical miles. Eight crew members are still missing. The case is now in the hands of the NTSB. They'll look into what caused that boat. Capsized last week signs that
Tesla Faces NHTSA Investigation After Fatal Driverless Crash in Spring, Texas
"The wheel of a Tesla that crashed and burst into flames over the weekend here, Houston today. Both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the NTSB say they'll send teams to Spring Texas to investigate. Two men were killed in that crash. One was found in the passenger seat, the other in the back seat. Investigators are still trying to determine if the car was in self driving mode, The company has said. In In the the past past drivers drivers using using the the cars cars Autopilot Autopilot function function must must still still be be ready ready to to intervene intervene at at any any time. time. After After traffic traffic
Pilot Dead After Small Plane Crash in Colorado
"An investigation underway after a pilot was killed in a small plane crash. This happened outside of Decker's, like Taplin with the Jeffco Sheriff's office says the plane went down Saturday night. Setting off an emergency alert. The Civil Air Patrol work throughout the night and into Sunday morning to locate the plane and then Alpine rescue team has played a huge part in getting cruise up to the plane. They're the ones working on getting the body out of the plane and down to earth corner will meet them at officials say they know where the pilot took off from, but they weren't sure where his V didn't file a flight plans. They don't know where he was heading. The FAA and the NTSB are investigating the
Pilot dead after small plane crash in Colorado
"Of Decker's killed the pilot Saturday like Tablet with Jeffco Sheriff's office is a plane went down Saturday night, setting off an emergency alert. The Civil Air Patrol work throughout the night and Sunday morning to find the plane and then Alpine rescue team has played a huge part in getting cruise up to the plane. They're the ones working on getting the body out of the plane and down to where the corner will meet them at Say the pilot was an adult male. The FAA and NTSB are investigating the crash. It was a hot one in Denver
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
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
United plane's fan blade had multiple cracks; last inspected 4 years ago: NTSB
"The NTSB has a report out on the plane engine explosion that rained debris on Brookfield a few weeks ago. Quickly after the engine failure, the NTSB said it appeared a fan blade had broken off with signs of metal fatigue. Now, after examining the fan blade with a microscope in a lab, the NTSB saying it has identified multiple fatigue fracture origins within the blade. We also now know the plane had taken off close to 3000 times since its last major engine inspection well below what is required. There is growing concern about the older engines. Most of that specific type are grounded as a result of the Colorado
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
"ntsb" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The NTSB investigating this morning after a deadly crash in Imperial County and involving SUV carrying 25 people. Cassie Carlisle with our reporting partner, 10 News has the latest 13 people died from that crash, according to the California Highway Patrol. CHP officers say the ages of those involved in the crash ranged from fifth. Team 2 53 mother victims were or ejected from the vehicle. There's some walking window that pull themselves out of the vehicles on one's talent agencies in our arses papers, No arrived on scene. They were also pulling people from the vehicle as well. The conditions of the patients in the hospital are not being released at this time. The Mexican consulate did confirm 10 of the passengers were Mexican nationals, and today people are going to be honoring those involved in the crash. There's going to be a vigil at 10 A.m.. Chicano Park. That's Cassie Carlisle reporting San Diego County staying in the most restrictive purple tear for at least another week. The latest numbers from the state update every Tuesday. Shou San Diego with 10.8 new coronavirus cases for 100,000 people. This is down from 15 last week, but still above the threshold of seven needed to drop from the purple tear down to the red tear. Once the county does move forward, restaurants, museums and movie theaters can open indoors at 25% capacity. Retail goes from 25% to 50% capacity and Jim's could open indoors. A 10%. San Diego's been under either the state home orders or the purple tear restrictions since November, 10th. And before that had been in the red tears since the color coded system took effect on August 31st Jack Rudin, cuckoo News, Traffic and Weather Next Kogo news time. 10 02 cocoa, real time traffic. Gray started to come down to the North County south on I five watch with the brake lights coming on is you try to work your way on the all the off ramps heading into downtown. Lot of surface street activity and some traffic getting to the Petco vaccination station. This report sponsored by the Buck Sexton Show Podcast Coco's next real time Traffic update. 10 30. Hey, there, it's Buck Sexton, host of the Buck Sexton podcast found on the I. Heart radio APP and Apple podcast. Please tune in every day's I cover the latest on politics, national security and culture from.
Vanessa Bryant calls on deputies who shared Kobe Bryant crash photos to be ID'd publicly
"Sheriff's Department is not commenting on this, but Vanessa Bryant wants to publicly name the L. A County sheriff's deputies accused of taking and sharing photos. Of the dead body of Kobe Bryant and other victims at the side of the Calabasas crash that claimed the lives of the NBA superstar and eight others. In an instagram story, Vanessa Bryant criticized the Sheriff Department for trying to redact the names of the accused deputies. What to her. I thought it was instagramming pretty. Okay, I've got like 6000 followers that Brian does junk. Brian does junk. Asses Bryan with a Y. S o. But and I went to her feet. I couldn't find him. But regardless, I saw a screen shot of it. But she noted that in any other situation, the suspects names would be unsealed. She described the move as a double standard. The sheriff's Department has said it will not be commenting at this time. The NTSB primarily blamed pilot eras a buy in In the crash a year in a month ago that killed him, along with Bryant, the also Bryce daughter, six of the passengers. The pilot, though experience ignored his training that the detective to the NTSB said it was likely to buy and felt pressure to deliver his star client. Um and all that. But then, anyway, the point is, the report has been Issued about the investigation on where the photos came from, but the names were redacted. And that's Vanessa Bryant prom. She wants to name him and shame them
Boeing recommends grounding some 777 planes after catastrophic engine failure
"More than one hundred twenty boeing triple. Seven are grounded all with the same type of engine that exploded on that united flight outside of denver on saturday. Tom castillo now with the concerns and the investigation. It was just after one pm saturday when the nine one one calls began flooding in our my god we got debris everywhere on my head overhead. Thirteen thousand feet aircraft. Thank you need attorney immediately on a united triple. Seven headed for. Honolulu was on fire and coming apart with huge pieces falling across the denver suburb of broomfield smashing through a roof crushing a truck and raining down onto a soccer field. All of a sudden. I heard a big boom and how shook i see right away. Is the front end of an airplane engine. Amazingly no one was hit. Dimitriou smith was one of two hundred forty one people on board the plane. He began texting friends. I wanted to let them know that i love. This will probably be the last time that they heard from a prepared to tell them goodbye. Thankfully flight three twenty eight landed safely. Ntsb investigator say they found two broken engine families leading to a rare but potentially catastrophic engine failure an uncontained engine failures in the families literally rip apart in flight and tear through the engine casing cowling but this has happened twice before and twenty eighteen. A crash blade on another united triple seven caused the engine to come apart last december. It happened on a japan airlines tripple seven three years ago. A passenger on a southwest. Seven thirty seven was killed when fan blades on a different engine came apart shattering a window and pulling the passenger from her seat. Investigators determined routine inspections have missed previous cracking now. The faa is ordering similar inspections for the triple seven could be a systemic problem with the fan blades. On this engine. We've had our three events now in the. Us only united as effective with twenty four planes. Now grounded in jamaica. Pratt and whitney says it's cooperating.
United grounds Boeing 777 planes after engine explosion
"Boeing 7 70 sevens with a certain type of engine or grounded for inspections after an engine blew out shortly after takeoff in Denver over the weekend, forcing an emergency landing here in Denver were passengers on that flight. United 3 28 saw the engine known as a Pratt Whitney 4000 failed. The NTSB is investigating the possibility to of the end. It's hollow fan blades played a part. Boeing recommends all planes with this engine be grounded in. The FAA administrator says inspections of the 777 will be increased. What's really incredible is no one in Broomfield, Colorado was hurt. That's the Denver suburb. The plane was over when the explosion happened, Folks there say metal just came raining from the sky boxes. Alicia Konya
United grounds Boeing 777 aircraft following engine failure; FAA narrows investigation
"United Airlines is taking 24 Boeing triple Seven planes out of service temporarily as the Federal Aviation Administration orders inspections after a flight had to make an emergency landing at the Denver airport this weekend. Because of engine failure. Debris fell on the neighborhood near the airport. No one was injured. The FAA and the NTSB are
FAA orders 'stepped-up' inspections of Boeing 777s after engine failure on United flight
"Sevens following the engine failure of the United flight over suburban Denver yesterday. A B C's job Anita's a person familiar with the situation, telling ABC News NTSB investigators will focus on what they call Ah, possible uncontained engine failure where pieces of the engine fly out a rare occurrence. We saw him twice. 18 with a Southwest flight. Ah, passenger was killed when she was partially sucked out a window, ABC serene Sean, covert black and Latino
Certain Boeing 777 airplane models recalled by the FAA, NTSB investigation underway
"Trying to figure out what caused an engine to catch fire on the United Airlines flight. Yesterday, the failed engine rained debris on Denver suburbs. The plane was able to make an emergency landing back at Denver International, where it had just taken off. Thankfully, no injuries on board or on the ground. CBS REPORTER Economy Q Talk
United Airlines flight suffers engine failure, sending debris falling on neighborhoods outside Denver
"Ah, very close call for residents and Broomfield, Colorado after debris from a United Airlines Boeing 777 fell on several neighborhoods and this all happened yesterday. Authorities say nobody was hurt aboard or on the ground when United Flight 3 28 from Denver to Honolulu, experience the right engine failure shortly after takeoff. Let's find out more from ABC. It's Karina Mitchell. People on the ground, reported hearing a loud explosion, seeing smoke and pieces of metal falling from the sky. Debris pierced the roof of one home and landed in the kitchen. The FAA says the plane quote, returned to Denver International Airport and landed safely the passengers deplaned and were bused to the terminal. Officials say they're amazed no one was hurt on the ground. The NTSB is leading the
Why Are So Many Health-Care Workers Resisting the Covid Vaccine?
"Some early stumbles and lack of doses. Hampering the rollout of vaccines. We're also seeing hesitancy and skepticism by many healthcare workers who are refusing their doses of them site the speed at which vaccines were developed and for others. It's a trust problem. Distrust of the government and even the healthcare systems. They work for for more on. Why so many healthcare workers are resisting. The covid vaccine will speak to drew kular. He's a practicing physician and contributor to the new yorker wanted to write this article because i also found it quite surprising that healthcare workers said recently high levels of vaccine hesitancy despite seeing the damage of covid nineteen first hand despite being at higher risk for infection. I pass it on to their loved ones and so i wanted to explore what behind this vaccine hesitancy and i think one thing you'll notice is that at particularly in nursing homes it has to do with a lack of trust in often your employer a lack of trust in the healthcare system and lack of trust in the political and the regulatory environment under which these vaccines were created. We know that they are safe. And effective medical science has taught set and they were developed at record speed. But i think that also creates its own issues. That people have been told over the course of the last year. That vaccine is can take years if not decades to make and here we have one kind of a medical miracle which came out in less than one year but also creates a level of hesitancy among the general public but also among healthcare workers in a lot of the nurses that she spoke to a lot of them said the speed was a big factor and they just said hey. There's no way. I'm going to wait to see long term results. See how other people react once they get it and you know it's an interesting thing. Obviously we've been learning about the pandemic and vaccine making. I think like no other time before you know happening in real time and the thing with the vaccine especially like the pfizer and moderna vaccines these m rna. Platforms platform for that vaccine was already there. They just needed that opportunity to be able to tweak something so they can make it or the corona buys for covid nineteen so that i do understand that kind of the speed can be scary about it but that platform was something has been worked on for a long time already. It is something that has been worked on for years and then credible new technology. But i think this really gets at the heart of the issue is that it's not always the case that telling people about the science and how things were developed is enough to get them over or kind of desire to watch and wait and see what happens with the vaccine is another often. It's a case of misinformation. A lot of people are getting their information from sources. That may not be reliable taken. Be an issue of just wanting to see how other people do before they are kind of taking this into their own body and it can be an issue of trust and understanding that the healthcare system or other parties have not treated them in a way that they've wanted to be treated in the past and they're understandably skeptical that this seems to be Being forced on them. Now that being said this is this an issue and that we really need to kind of combat it had on we need to have these conversations engage in these dialogues and we do need to help people understand that. This is the best thing for themselves as well as their communities.
"ntsb" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The NTSB on the scene of a deadly helicopter crashes killed Kobe Bryant and his daughter thirty nine degrees mostly clear New York on Bob brown now what's trending on seventy seven WABC and WBC radio dot com NTSB member Jennifer how many explaining the final moments of the flight path radar data indicates the helicopter climbed to twenty three hundred feet and then began a left descending turn last radar contact was around nine forty five AM and is consistent with the accident location choppers flying low in foggy weather yesterday morning but that's only one possible cause being explored right now fans here in New York mourning the loss of Kobe Bryant the Lakers legend being honored on the big screen outside Madison Square Garden where the exterior lights were lit up in purple and gold last night and reaction to his death that's where these fans were this morning okay well success and to see that even though he did all these great things that could be taken away so quickly and so easily obviously a legend in the game to lose a daughter along with him just truly heartbreaking meanwhile a huge sticker with the name Kobe is now on top of the subway sign at the Bryant park station at forty second street so it now reads Kobe Bryant park I'm Christine marks for seventy seven W. ABC news Tuesdays Lakers clippers game has been postponed deputy White House counsel Michael purpura is insisting president trump was deeply concerned about corruption in Ukraine confronting Ukrainian corruption should be at the forefront of United States foreign policy toward Ukraine the president had long standing and sincere concerns about corruption in Ukraine during trump's Senate impeachment trial purpura rejecting democratic arguments trumpet never cared about corruption when he was held by a U. S. military aid to Ukraine he stressed trump was legitimately can was legitimately disturbed about corruption was angry US allies are not doing their fair share to help Ukraine sorry say the ex boyfriend of a mom with county woman whose body was found yesterday is criminally responsible for her death Monmouth County prosecutor Chris for me she only says Stephanie prizes body was found Sunday in old bridge the free old resident had been missing since late October as bill Bennett knowledge that he dug himself a deep hole and wrote at the end of his note that this was the only choice sadly however in that note he never disclosed where he disposed of Stephanie's remains he says John Osborne again left a note to his parents prior to committing suicide about a month after Perot's disappearance however he says with nobody at the time they didn't have enough to arrest him on murder charges thirty states that you determine how to die for gas around your Super weather center tonight partly cloudy lo thirty for Tuesday partly cloudy hi forty two Wednesday sunny high forty two once again Thursday partly cloudy cooler high thirty six Friday partly cloudy we go up again high forty threes Saturday showers and Sunday partly cloudy hi both days in the mid forties the rams you super weather center it's thirty nine degrees in Central Park is thirty eight Melbourne the seventy seven WBC newsdesk I'm Bob brown and next up eleven thirty twenty four seven coverage WABC radio dot com WABC traffic and transit up next now available on WABC radio dot com this is America with rage felt as I would never condone any of our members of Congress chanting in unison death any country but this regularly happens in Iran and that's what they were shouting when they plowed right through the steel gates of the United States embassy in Baghdad listen and subscribe to ABC radio dot com and the seventy seven W. A. B. C. mobile app let's.
"ntsb" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"News the NTSB releasing its preliminary report on the diving boat fire off the California coast the killed thirty four people there is no probable cause yet I suggest arose involves live in LA Lisa the report says five of six crew members were sleep on the top deck another crew member was a sleep below in the bunk room where the passengers were sleeping no one spotted any mechanical or electrical issues before going to sleep a crew member on the top deck heard something woke up and saw a fire at one end of the deck he works the other crewmembers up the ladder down to the main deck was on fire so they had to jump one crew member broke his leg in the process they tried to get to the passengers below but access areas on the main deck were fully engulfed in flames so they jumped overboard three crew members swim around got back on the boat the fire still blocked access to the area so they got on a small skiff and were rescued by a good Samaritan vessel Lisa thanks Jessica house speaker Nancy Pelosi batting down questions on whether today's Judiciary Committee voted setting ground rules for an impeachment process means the process is under way she says Democrats remain on the same path they've been on in that the American people understand they understand that it does that impeachment is a very divisive measure but if we have to go there we'll have to go there but we can't go there unless we have the facts and we will follow the fat and the ranking Republican on the committee is Georgia congressman Doug Collins he wanted a long time to be able to say this welcome to fantasy on he says today's he says today's vote was a simple procedural issue that amounts to nothing environmental groups say they will soon is the trump administration rolled back another of the bomb that your rule in this case one that defined which water rates are subject to federal regulation supporters say that was greater protection.
"ntsb" Discussed on KTOK
"Getting to the cause mature Jordan Fox News NTSB investigators are heading to the site where plane skit off a runway and into a river one hundred forty three people were on board the Boeing seven thirty-seven plane that went off the runway at Jacksonville naval air station. The commanding officer says the passengers were released last night passengers were provided some shelter and some water as we waited. And we since with a cooperation from NTSB have a release those the passengers to continue on this evening to find comfort in recover from their situation was originally from the naval station in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and crashed into these Saint John's river Boeing says it's providing investigators with technical assistance. An explosion Roxy Chicago suburb, leaving several people injured four people had to be hospitalized after a ground shaking, explosion and fire. Fire at the specialty silicone plant north of Chicago in the town of Joaquin and Illinois people who live nearby say the plant's been leveled, but so far no word as to what caused the blast. One state lawmaker says emergency officials have told her there's no cause for concern about air quality, the Lake County sheriff's office is investigating and once anyone with information to contact them. They're also asking people to stay away from the building chill. Nato fucks. New South Korea says North Korea launched several projectiles into the sea. The south calls it a violation of last year's inter-korean agreements to reduce tensions between the countries. The South Korean government says it urges North Korea to resume nuclear negotiations. Ninety rockets reportedly fired into southern Israel this morning. The Israeli military's has Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip launched the strike triggering retaliatory airstrikes.
"ntsb" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Now for the weddings were a plan for the next two years out. Or if you have a giant group of people you have to now have a party bus or how would that work? You're right. So transport more than ten to twelve people. I would think you know, we've talked a lot about it after the school Harry tragedy. But I think a properly inspected properly constructed stretch limo is probably okay. But. So we'll see I mean, it's not law yet. We'll see we'll see if it actually becomes law. But that's what he's proposing. And we so funny we were just talking it yesterday. I was like we were both like the NTSB in state police and the SCO Harry county DA's office apparently can't work together. Examining this limo in with their respective investigations. The state police in the DA criminal investigation. NTSB trying to make us safer on the roads. And we were stunned that these SCO Harry county DA who's a public official for weeks. Now has refused to say anything about anything right now. We know why? Yeah. So yesterday the gazette reported that she is accused this is the scary county DA. She's she's accused of not only ignoring the instructions from the court, but she was also trying to get a search warrant to secretly remove. The transmission why you can't do anything in secret. I'm sorry. This is a criminal investigation. You have twenty. People dead. Nothing should be done in secret. And they went and misleading. The judge the NTSB to get that search warrant, and there's some there's some there's there's the NTSB contains she denies it that the last time I got to look a limo was in October and from fifteen feet away. Right. I mean that seems to be a bit accessible defect. If they're going to start dismantling this thing without the knowledge or consent of the NTSB. That's ridiculous. That's why they're having the judge. But that's why they're having this standoff. Yeah. I don't know. What's the story? She and overhead here, I will talk to us. Why I don't understand why these two agencies can't work together? One is looking at the criminal investigation. One is looking at the cause of the crash. Don't you think they're somehow connected. Yeah. And can they can't they work together? Sam at the same time examined the pieces while they're being dismantled not taking it apart and putting it back together. And then the other agency comes he goes, well that looks weird. I have long said we have twenty people dead. I've long said the criminal investigation must be impeccable. And if push came to shove, the criminal investigation would supersede the NTSB that said, I don't want then dismantling a vehicle without the oversight and participation approval of the NTSB lately agree. So this is and there's just so much more where the seems like the judge in the federal government. They've all been misled by some of the court filings stuff done in secret, it stinks. It does stink. I just that's all the more reason to have everything done out in the open because there are so many different facets of this investigation. And so many different sets of is on things between the different agencies and criminal investigation and the the NTSB investigation, and you know, coming up with ways to fix the intersection and proceed with the criminal case. There's so many layers to it. That's why everything needs to be on the table for everyone to see. Harry county judge here, George Bartlett. He's a stunned. Does anyone? I don't know. This stuff was going on. You didn't tell the NTSB. We're gonna do this. This is secret what the blank is going on here. Why do they need to dismantle anything in private, right? I think really right and look at DA Mallory. If you wanna come on and explain yourself. You're welcome to. Say say that the DA's office has their own investigators with whoever's doing this with the state police or an independent person taking a look at the stuff. So they take the transmission apart they examine it they put it back together. They get the information they need they put it back together and put it back and don't tell anyone they touched it. Then the NTSB comes in and goes, well, that's put together weird that must be part of the cause of the crash. Well, no that's previous investigators put it back together. And I'm not saying that's what happened. Yeah..
"ntsb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Maneuver the aircraft the plane takeoff anybody noticing There there are a number of things here I mean I, it there's just a litany of things to. Examine and his mental health states and it certainly be one of the best and of course the NTSB is involved now to, what are they looking for as far as from? The cockpit recorder and blackbox The NTSB will certainly look at the deck recorder which which manages records all the movements of the aircraft and any type of Basically everything from the tip of the nose to the tail Of the, plane they can measure everything you have the cockpit voice. Recorder which will typically the last thirty minutes of the flight we've already heard some of those conversations with the air traffic controller that around here in one of the things that strikes me. About those conversations dot only. The air traffic controllers sounding calm I thought that demand flying the plane was also quite or As well In the message that he gave the FBI is also been brought into the investigation and working with, horizon airlines and they certainly are already looking at our the aircraft was positioned in the cargo, cargo area, the airport and then those maneuvers that he had to make like using a tag to push the, plane back turn it around things of. That nature so The groups are all working, together and find to figure out what. Happened And then what I think. You'll see Matt after that is I mean it'll be an exhaustive.
"ntsb" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A right to be nervous it's something that doesn't happen and it's something that the ntsb is investigating a cracked window is actually a pretty odd as well it's just not dangerous these things are made for this reason there's basically three planes of plexiglas if one chatters breaks it's not really a big deal it takes a lot to actually break an airplane window in fact it's just something again you very rarely see we saw a couple of weeks ago so it's in people's minds but it might be the type of thing that we don't really see again for lifetimes that's a good segue into an update on what happened with that bigger problem with the bigger window issue what do we know since we talked last about this and how is this impacting southwest airlines the ntsb still investigating one of the interesting things about the ntsb is right away after an accident or an incident happens the ntsb does get out there and gives a sort of people an idea of what may have happened perhaps the problem here was a fatigued fan blade but after that the n t a s b really goes into investigation mode and they become a little bit quieter actually takes them a year sometimes to come out with a final report so we're gonna wait to see what they have to say we do know that southwest said on its earnings call last week that a business fell slightly after the incident they're not exactly sure why could be that people will just decided hey you know this may be nervous and i don't want to book on south west but there's probably another reason usually when something like this happens to an airline they will pull their advertising and marketing and just get off of tv and even online advertising and that's what southwest said it did here so they said look you know bookings are down we really don't know why it's probably just because we haven't been advertising like we usually do and as flyers no there's really only one way to book a southwest ticket.
"ntsb" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Seriously i mean to the point that they're like not only are we going to say things but we're going to say them to the point that the ntsb kicks us off the investigation that that doesn't happen a generally car companies don't want to say anything generally car companies use the investigation as a shield like hey we'd like to say more but ntsb they like us to do that so we're gonna wait till the investigation's over tesla doing the opposite and when the family says hey you know he told us many times that right at that place where he crashed in died he noticed the car in autopilot taken them towards their tesla comes and spins it around on them and says yeah well then he shouldn't have had autopilot on shitty and granted we're not quoting them directly they they were more sensitive than i'm making it sound right now they said look you know we we feel for the family we we you know they said all the right things but they did say and so he shouldn't have had otto pilot we think this is not a failure of autopilot that it is the responsibility of the driver well this is very consistent with tesla is they battle aggressively with pr right they want to get their message out and they believe that when they present their side of the facts it will be rich enough in detail and with enough scientific rigor that people will believe it and that possibly it is a a problem for them to have it mitigated by the ntsb or to be a party of whatever the ntsb comes back with in this investigation and.
"ntsb" Discussed on KOMO
"The latest on the ntsb investigation into what happened and how it happened to tell now the ntsb had been unable to take interview the crew members because they reported being two injured to be interviewed for the ntsb add to wait if you remember right after the crash they kept saying they wanted to interview them and a or they were hoping to get to them but it took some time and they now have been able to interview the crew members and from what the crew is told the ntsb it appears to the engineer may have lost track of where he was and as a result went ended at thirty mile an hour curve at almost 80 miles an hour seventy nine mile and hours they went into it the engineer a 55yearold man hired by amtrak into the two thousand four i as a conductor then promoted to locomotive engineer in 2013 he says he got a a good amount arrest before the incident happened but it appears that even though there were signs leading up to the curve that he needed to slow down to thirty miles an hour he remembers only seeing the one right before the curve and then hitting the brakes but it was too late and then the train began derail right then alex my recall some early reports indicated that that there might have been a ride along crewmember learning the route that could have been a distraction to that come up yeah there was a qualifying conductor iin the the locomotive a conductor who was murdering outta drive the train learning how to be an engineer and the engineer who was training has told the ntsb that he didn't feel that have a qualifying conductor in the locomotive with them was a distraction he said he would not have gotten behind the throttle if he had any reservation about is readiness to to operate the train uh and the conductor who was out there has also spoken now to the ntsb saying that it appeared the engineer was alert and paying attention that it didn't seem like he was distracted we know that neither of them were on any kind of electronic device up there are there are inward facing cameras have the.
"ntsb" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"ntsb" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The measure again today it's ten after the hour your with america in the morning investigators with the ntsb have completed their first full day on the scene of that fatal amtrak train accident in washington state correspondent jim rupe has the latest ntsb spokesperson belgians are says what they know beyond the eighty miles an hour the train was travelling at the time of the derailment is not much we are still early in our navigation pay investigators have examined the tracks the small downgrade that leads into the trestle over interstate 5 onto which several of the cars plunged after a jumped the tracks the event data recorder the black box from the lead engine has been retrieved look like in our preliminary analysis that the emergency brake with automatically activated after ob uh when the accident with occurring rather than being initiated by the engineer speaking of the engineer there is the question as to why the train was travelling so fast as it approached that curve didn't czar says there was another person inside the cab with the engineer a conductor who was getting experience and familiarising himself with the territory was the engineer distracted by that conductor or by something else were both distract distraction is one of our most uh wanted list up priorities at the ntsb it's a protocol for us to uh look at all of the cell phone records of all the crew members whenever there is an of this type and of course uh we hope when we interview the crew members uh they'll be able to give us more information were also inward and outward facing cameras on the train those have been retrieve but they are extremely damaged and have to be sent to the ntsb lab in washington dc for analysis and attempts to get video of what was going on inside the cab at the time of the accident but human error is not the sole focus of the investigation mechanical error is very much possibility and the conversation continues to turn back to pt see positive train control that would have automatically slowed or stopped the train not activated in czar says while it is mandated the deadline for train lies to install and enable the technology that may have prevented this deadly accident was pushed back by congress so many places have not fully implemented yet it was to be implemented here in the spring the.
"ntsb" Discussed on WDRC
"And olympia washington uh this this this train left around six a m local time ninety minutes later edgy railed the ntsb took over the investigation officially last night about eight pm uh locally and they had a press briefing uh just a few hours ago and in that press briefing the one of the ah ntsb board members bella din czar spoken said that the preliminary investigations that suggest the amtrak train was travelling at eighty miles an hour when it derailed the train was in a thirty mile an hour zone there were according to this date uh uh uh the washington a state uh patrol blog uh there were eighty six people on board and roughly a hundred people were treated as uh the uh uh the injuries of course extended uh to uh people who were in vehicles uh on the on i five uh there are three dad are this morning and other also uh a number of people in hospital last count on that was that there were still ten people hospitalized some of those in serious condition and our we're following this news throughout the morning as the ntsb will do a you as you can imagine a thorough investigation on this uh mayor a local mayor there in washington in washington state in that area had warned about this and and said creating this route moving it away from you know the the the older route which was a slower route but closed water and putting it close to i and in this case it was as you saw for the pictures overlapping going over i 5 at such a high rate of speed because the the speed limit uh there was uh for the train it was a it was you know you're going to it was going to be highspeed was going to be uh roughly eighty miles an hour that was a great risk according that mayor and and it turned out the mayor was right and uh in this warning the ntsb again is conducting the investigation to find out how this happened we have not learned the identities of those uh that were killed uh but uh some of the stories coming out from the witnesses and and those that were on board one person saying uh in a paraphrasing it was it was incredible vis vis from obure on the train we were passing the the car traffic uh.
"ntsb" Discussed on KOMO
"The cab the was the ntsb spokesperson bella are asked if that is considered uh normal protocol on the first day the first run of a new on a new route two the question tom that was not indicated it all in this new starbucks however what we did wonder is was the engineer qualified on this particular one give him it was a brand new service on in many cases a brand new talk the answer was yes he was qualified but as to what that means as to what he had to do to get caught up quite well at this point we just don't know that's another question added to the long list of questions the ntsb tried to get an answer and speaking of qualified the lead investigator on this has forty years of rail service and the ntsb as saying if you in the public have any information about this train what was going on anything from inside outside you are asked to reach out to them at eyewitness report at ntsb dot gov eyewitness report at ntsb dot gov p comes thank you to by mayor my court says he's sooner cracking the train trestle above the free way that dot will have to closely inspecting likely make repairs on before they can reopen i5 he's just as anxious as everyone to get the interstate back up and running this is i what i told the governor's there not worth place on i 5 closet close it there's no bypass year i mean the bypass they're using going through fort lewis is these just a trickle you know you just can't sustain the flow that we normally half court says the support from the community to this tragedy is spin overwhelming got a call from the ceo of jackinthe box and he said i have told.
"ntsb" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Train singers it's interesting i mean everybody's roles suddenly e is is stark and as you mentioned you know the ntsb people they're the ones who are really going to be getting up to their elbows in figuring out especially a you know where they probably start off with uh was there anything wrong with the mechanics of the thing and then they course dive into this guy but you know as a law enforcement agent easy when it comes to saving people and when it comes to figuring out who's doing what with first responders how does that go obviously you got to secure the area i mean you've got a course commute going on with this particular seen you've got you've got people who were driving on a highway underneath this bridge who need to be obviously stopped and turned around and then of course you really gotta make sure that folks were able to get into these trains and save whoever they can who decides who does that in sort of how does this go down we'll we'll i would say that the the county or the municipality in which this this event occurs the jurisdiction the the believable law enforcement agent in collaboration with the ntsb ntsb response immediately but i would also say to you that the fbi has to come in and best this incident and all and sentence today based on the fact that it wouldn't be a surprise if someone had been radicalised was operating a train and then news that train as a vehicle to carry out a terrorist attack but i would believe ultimately it would come down for the administration law enforcement administration as to lift the primary objective would be and i say set to earlier that would be saving lives you know ntsb has they're they're kind of missiondriven they're there to determine the cause of this event the law enforcement first responders prior medical that cetera um police they're there to save lives so there is a little bit of a crossover but at the.
"ntsb" Discussed on KOMO
"The komo twenty four seven news center let's take a right now to the scene of that amtrak derailment long i 5 and dupont has were comost carleen johnson is well yes i am right along i5 where the roadway is close to he icl traffic here's what happens if you are commuting southbound i5 you will be forced off of the inner say at exit one eighteen which is centred drive and then a detour goes through joint base lewismccall and along the perimeter road now ntsb will be conducting the official investigation as you heard they were here through the night with their investigators and amtrak as you are aware has already said the train was going way too fast into that curve just before the joe railmen who can certainly speculate that that's what caused this accident but they are officially deferring to the ntsb about the cause of the accident this with amtrak spokesman mark magli ari diversification will be conducted by the ntsb and i refer you to the ntsb ferdi questions you have about the investigation in the meantime will work closely and cooperate fully with all the thority at this time we will not speculate about the cause and we encourage others not to speculate as well now among the injured were two off duty amtrak employees writing that inaugural uh you know a trip on that amtrak ride from seattle down to portland as you heard well over seventy people still hospitalized in addition to the three who were uh who were killed in this horrible accident no estimation at this point for getting south five reopened reporting live and dupont carleen johnson komo news and i'm corwin haeck live as you've heard the death toll from the.
"ntsb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Of the fourteen cars jumped off the tracks thankfully there weren't more killed we know there were multiple people killed in this acts that washington state um but when it comes to the ntsb how good arvee they are the world they are the um the all star team if you will of accident investigations would you see what the ntsb the national transportation safety board goes through on aviation um investigations in all of these thousands and thousands of pieces of information that they have to go through sift through and try to figure out what might have led to the accident you know was it a mechanical situation was it operator air was it a combination of both was our weather situation that might have been involved um is there maintenance either in this case on the tracks or the train that might have contributed a many times it's not just one thing it's it's a series of things that lead to these types of accidents and these men and women are absolutely incredible now the one thing that fr rush street sosas the public is we want answers now but for them to go through all of the things that they have to go through from training to maintenance took to looking at everything that they have your jeff it's going to be weeks before we have at least an initial idea of what might have caused uh this particular situation in it it's gonna be months before the final report is issued and you know people always talk about the air travel is the safest mode of transportation blah blah blah that's true but the second safe us a by far is uh train travel the and when you look at that he gets because of the technology in the training that uh is goes into uh the that mode of transportation for passengers and it remains the second safest by as far as the mode of transportation nothing is getting into workload two because the numbers of people who fly every day uh safer them aviation and i won't bore you with a bunch of of numbers but uh it is considerably safer to fly them any other mode of transportation but the the goal of the ntsb will be at identify what happened and then they will take steps either in training or technology or whatever has to happen.