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San Francisco Plane Crash – Airport Also Under Investigation

San Francisco Plane Crash – Airport Also Under Investigation July 7, 2013.
San Francisco, CA The Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 that crashed Saturday morning while landing at San Francisco International Airport has left two people dead and 182 people sent to hospitals, 50 of whom are in critical condition. Reports from various sources say it is “incredible” and “lucky” there are so many survivors.
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Fiery Small Plane Crash

Fiery Small Plane Crash August 19, 2012. By Jane Mundy.
New York, NY A small plane crash near a residential area in Shirley has left one person dead and two others taken to hospital with burns. It is not yet known whether the deceased was the pilot.
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Navy Jet Crash Sets Fire to Apartments

Navy Jet Crash Sets Fire to Apartments April 6, 2012. By Jane Mundy.
Virginia Beach, FL A Navy jet that crashed into an apartment complex sent at least five people to hospital with injuries. One victim is believed to be one of the pilots—the two pilots apparently ejected before impact—and one other is a civilian who suffered smoke inhalation from the burning apartment buildings. Other injuries have not yet been determined.
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Death Toll Rises in Reno Plane Crash

Death Toll Rises in Reno Plane Crash September 18, 2011. By Heidi Turner.
Reno, NV The death toll in a Reno plane crash has reportedly risen to nine, with more than 50 people injured, some of them seriously. Initial reports said that three people died in the plane accident, in which a plane involved in a race plunged into the spectator stands. Killed in the airplane crash were the pilot, Jimmy Leeward, and eight spectators.
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Horrific Plane Crash Kills Three

Horrific Plane Crash Kills Three September 17, 2011. By Heidi Turner.
Reno, NV At least three people have died and 50 more were injured in a horrific plane crash in Reno on Friday. The airplane crash occurred at an air race, and took the life of the 74-year-old pilot and at least two race spectators. Many of the injured suffered life-threatening injuries in the airplane accident, in which the plane plunged into the spectator stands.
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Planes Collide Over Alaska leaving Four Dead

Planes Collide Over Alaska leaving Four Dead July 31, 2011. By Jane Mundy.
Trapper Creek, AK Two single-engine float airplanes collided in mid-air Saturday afternoon near Trapper Creek, Alaska, killing four people. The pilot of the second plane (the only person aboard) made an emergency landing in Anchorage. This is the second airplane crash in Alaska this month.
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US Airways Plane Grounded After Hole Discovered in Fuselage

US Airways Plane Grounded After Hole Discovered in Fuselage March 29, 2011. By Gordon Gibb.
Charlotte, NC A pilot doing a pre-flight inspection to his commercial aircraft discovered a small hole in the exterior fuselage of the plane, CNN reported late yesterday. The US Airways 737-400 was loading for a flight when the pilot noticed the breach in the plane's fuselage, and alerted authorities.
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California Plane Crash Kills Five, Injures One

California Plane Crash Kills Five, Injures One March 18, 2011. By Gordon Gibb.
Long Beach, CA People continue to speculate as to what caused a plane crash Wednesday near Long Beach Airport, killing five. According to a report from KTLA, the Beechcraft King Air plane had taken off from the airport, circled, and was trying to land, when the plane slammed into the ground, erupting into a fireball.
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Lawsuits Pending in Buffalo Plane Crash

Lawsuits Pending in Buffalo Plane Crash February 22, 2011. By Heidi Turner.
Buffalo, NY It has been two years since the tragic plane crash of Continental Connection Flight 3407 near Buffalo, New York. The airplane crash, officially blamed on pilot error, killed all 49 people on board the plane and one person on the ground. Although some lawsuits filed by the families of plane crash victims have been settled, many more are currently pending.
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United Grounds 757 Fleet for Unscheduled Maintenance

United Grounds 757 Fleet for Unscheduled Maintenance February 16, 2011. By Gordon Gibb.
Chicago, IL United Airlines has temporarily grounded no fewer than 96 of its Boeing 757 airplanes for what officials deemed as "unscheduled maintenance," CNN reported this morning. Although 15 flights were cancelled February 15—the day of the grounding—the airline indicated that operations should return to normal today.
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