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    Posted on July 7, 2013 To

    Experts Try to Find Cause of Crash of Asiana Airlines Crash; Clifford Law Offices Experienced in Boeing Aircraft

    The Boeing 777 aircraft crashed on the runway and led a trail of debris that investigators will find useful in their determining the cause of the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 on a clear Saturday in San Francisco. The first flight of this particular aircraft was Feb. 25, 2006. A team of investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will begin unearthing what caused the deadly crash after its expected arrival at midnight…

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    Posted on July 7, 2013 To

    Passengers Retell Harrowing Experience Aboard Tragic Asiana Airlines Flight 214

    Passengers who survived the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 at San Francisco’s airport are telling the media and the world through social media of the harrowing experience. Some passengers are recalling how everyone’s head hit the ceiling of the plane during the turbulent crash landing. Those on the plane also are saying that many evacuated themselves, which could have been the reason for their survival because of the fire that soon engulfed the aircraft….

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    Posted on July 7, 2013 To

    Crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 Moves into Investigation Stage

    A team of investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will be looking at the black boxes aboard the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 that crash landed at San Francisco’s airport Saturday. Media outlets, such as CNN, are attempting to recreate what occurred and it appears that the tail of the Boeing 777 aircraft impacted the rock seawall at the edge of the runway. In not clearing that seawall, the plane left a large debris…

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    Posted on July 6, 2013 To

    777 Boeing plane crashes in San Francisco

    Victims of a Boeing 777 plane crash at San Francisco’s airport are reportedly being taken to area hospitals. The Asiana Airlines flight from Seoul, Korea, crash landed on runway 28L after being in flight more than 10 hours. Pictures and video from the scene show smoke billowing from the plane and the tail separated from the fuselage. Gaping holes also are apparent in the roof of the aircraft that has been blackened by fire. The…

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    Posted on June 10, 2013 To

    Is airline passenger safety in danger…again?

    In 2011, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) passed a final rule requiring pilots to get a minimum of 10 hours of rest prior to duty, an imposition that is designed to improve airline passenger safety. The rule was created after federal investigators determined that pilot fatigue was the cause of a Colgan Air crash in upstate New York. Now we’re finding it may not be just pilots that need a watchful eye. According to a…

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    Posted on June 5, 2013 To

    The Aviation Disaster Family Assistance Project

    When an aviation disaster occurs, the families of the victims are often left to deal with an array of difficult emotions and circumstances. For one such family member, Jennifer Stansberry Miller, it was a reality that she was not prepared to handle. Unfortunately, as she found out at the time, neither was the aviation industry. The End that Started it All On October 31, 1994, Jennifer’s brother, Brad, was killed in the plane crash of…

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    Posted on April 30, 2013 To

    Boeing 787 Dreamliner: A Timeline of Events

    Ever since the battery fires aboard the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft earlier this year, it appeared as though the Dreamliner was anything but a dream. After months of investigations, testing and modifications, Boeing and its luxury 787 Dreamliner jets appear to be finally ready for a second chance. Here’s a rundown of events from fires to flights: Photo Credit: Kentaro IEMOTO@Tokyo (Creative Commons) Dreamliner Batteries Up in Smoke After the Jan. 7, 2013 battery fire…

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    Posted on February 25, 2013 To

    Pilot and Flight Nurse Killed in Oklahoma Medical Helicopter Crash; A Third Person is Critically Injured

    It always seems even more tragic when a medical helicopter crashes because it inevitably involves people who work day and night in an attempt to save lives. The Friday crash in Oklahoma that left two people dead and a third person critically injured did not involve a patient, but the pilot and a flight nurse were killed. The Eurocopter AS 350 helicopter reportedly was on its way to Watonga, Oklahoma, to pick up a patient….

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    Posted on February 25, 2013 To

    Five People Aboard Small Business Jet Crash in Eastern Georgia Affiliated with Medical Facility

    Federal and local authorities are still examining the cause of a small jet that crashed in eastern Georgia shortly after 8 p.m. Wednesday (Feb. 20, 2013). It is being reported that five of those aboard were affiliated with a vein clinic in Augusta, Georgia, that also had offices in Tennessee. Among them, according to the Huffington Post, was a surgeon and members of his staff. Two pilots also reportedly were aboard that business jet. Five…

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