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    A killer Hamptons hit-and-run driver who mowed down an 18-year-old had a slew of previous traffic offenses - including speeding tickets, a suspended license, and causing a head-on collision, DailyMail.com can reveal. Daniel Campbell, 20, has racked up a catalogue of reckless driving violations - one of which occurred just weeks before he ran over and killed Devesh 'Devu' Samtani on the Old Stone Highway in Amagansett on August 10, 2021. Campbell, who was 19 at the time, plowed his Honda Pilot straight into math and economics student Samtani, 18, while he had nine other people in his car before fleeing the scene.  But the man from Montauk, who was dubbed a 'driving menace', was spared jail and was instead given community service - in what the victim's parents believe is an appalling miscarriage of justice.  It's now been revealed that Campbell was involved in at least two crashes before the fatal night - including in February 2021 when he drove down a one way street in White Plains, New York, in the wrong direction. It happened five months before incoming New York University...
    A Weymouth store got a violently fast remodel this week after a truck and car crashed through the front of the building.  The crash happened Thursday afternoon, Aug. 18, when a truck careened off the road and into a parked car in front of Lynn's Variety store on Washington Street, WCVB reported. The impact caused the truck and car to crash through the front of the building.  Reports said three people were inside when the crash happened, but none were hurt. Officials told the news station that the truck driver had a medical emergency and that caused him to swerve into the building.  The damage to the 915 Washington St. street store left the building structurally unsound, WCVB said. Engineers were working late Thursday to sure up the structure.  Police have not released an update on the man's condition. 
    Nearly 400 car crashes in the US within a ten month period were causing by self-driving or driver assistance technology, a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) report found. Teslas were involved in the vast majority of those crashes, 273 out of 392, which occurred between July 1, 2021, and May 15 this year and resulted in six deaths and five serious injuries. Worldwide automobile companies made the disclosures to the NHTSA after the regulator issued an order in June 2021 requiring automakers and tech companies to immediately report all crashes involving advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and vehicles equipped with automated driving systems being tested on public roads.  Of the remaining amount of crashes involving ADAS technology reported by a dozen automakers, 90 of them involved Hondas and 10 were Subrarus. Ford Motor, General Motors (GM), BMW, Volkswagen, Toyota, Hyundai and Porsche reported fewer than five incidents each.  'These technologies hold great promise to improve safety, but we need to understand how these vehicles are performing in real-world situations,' said NHTSA administration Steven Cliff. 'This will help our investigators quickly identify...
    Flight data from a black box recovered from a Chinese plane crash earlier this year indicates someone in the cockpit intentionally crashed the jet, it's been reported.  The China Eastern Boeing 737-800 went into a sudden nosedive, appeared to briefly recover, and then slammed into the ground in the mountainous Guangxi area on March 21.  Today, the Wall Street Journal cited U.S. officials' preliminary assessment - who analysed both black boxes at a government lab in Washington, DC - which they say puts the finger at a person inside the most secure area of a plane.  China Eastern airlines and the US National Transportation Safety Board did not immediately respond to requests for comment. The Boeing 737-800 was en route from Kunming to Guangzhou when all 132 passengers and nine crew members died in mainland China's deadliest aviation disaster in 28 years. Flight data from a black box (one of those found) recovered from a Chinese plane crash earlier this year indicates someone in the cockpit intentionally crashed the jet, it's been reported The China Eastern Boeing 737-800 went into a sudden nosedive,...
    Viral TikTok videos claim to show a long line of trucks who are 'boycotting' Colorado by driving round it and refusing to enter the state over the 110-year jail sentence of a fellow driver who caused a huge crash that killed four on a Colorado interstate. Rogel Aguilera-Mederos, 26, was driving a semi on April 25, 2019 down Interstate 70 in Lakewood, Colorado, when he crashed into two dozen vehicles - including four other semi-trucks stuck in rush-hour traffic. The impact caused a fireball explosion that incinerated cars and trucks and killed four people. According to TikTok videos, fellow drivers are now refusing to enter the state as a way to denounce the sentence they've deemed harsh and unfair. 'They just offered me $5 the mile to go to Colorado. You know what I told them?...No trucks to Colorado. Let's show the entire country what us truckers can do when we stand together,' a trucker using the username @semi__crazy posted online. Although the videos have gained traction in recent days, the Colorado Motor Carriers Association said on Friday they were not...
    Moneyball author Michael Lewis has spoken out about his 19-year-old daughter's tragic death in a car crash for the first time, describing his grief as 'exhausting' and revealing how he goes into her untouched bedroom to feel close to her.  Dixie Lewis and her boyfriend Ross Schultz, 20, were killed in a head-on crash near Truckee, California, on May 25.  Schultz was driving the Ford Fusion sedan they were in northbound on Route 89 when the car veered into the left lane and struck a Freightliner semi head on.  The young couple were both pronounced dead at the scene while the 45-year-old driver of the truck suffered minor injuries.   Lewis opened up about the tragedy on an episode of Andrew Sullivan's The Weekly Dish podcast.  Moneyball author Michael Lewis has spoken out about his 19-year-old daughter's tragic death in a car crash for the first time. Pictured left to right Michael Lewis, Dixie Lewis, Tabitha Soren, Walker Jack Lewis, and Quinn Tallulah Lewis at the premiere of The Big Short in 2015 The bestselling author said there is still little clarity as...
    Team B&B KTM's Cyril Lemoine of France is helped by medical staff members after crashing during the 1st stage of the 108th edition of the Tour de France ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT/AFP via Getty Images A woman who caused a huge crash at the Tour de France faces an October trial, local prosecutor says. The woman has been charged with reckless endangerment and involuntarily causing injuries, the NYT reports. A prison sentence is thought to be unlikely, but she could face a fine of up to $18,000. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The spectator who caused a huge crash on the first day of the Tour de France has been charged with "reckless endangerment and involuntarily causing injuries," according to a local prosecutor cited by the New York Times. Camille Miansoni, the prosecutor in Brest, where the crash took place, said the spectator will be tried by a criminal court on October 14, both the Times and the AFP reported. "She expressed a feeling of shame, of fear for the consequences of her actions," said Miansoni of the...
    The Hubble telescope may be 'beyond repair' and this 'could be the end of its story', experts have said, although NASA insists it still has multiple options to try and fix it almost three weeks after it went offline.  The US space agency has dismissed fears the ageing observatory will never work again after a computer glitch caused it to shut down on June 13.  Hubble, a joint project of NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), has been observing the Universe for more than 30 years.  Engineers have tried a range of measures to get it up and running again, including switching to a backup memory module, restarting the machine and turning on a backup version of the payload computer - but none of them solved the issue. They found that the fault was in the Science Instrument Command and Data Handling (SI C&DH) unit, where the payload computer sits, and so are designing a way to safely switch to a backup unit, which is a 'very risky process,' said NASA.  The ongoing issues...
    President Joe Biden choked up talking about the families of the victims of the Champlain Tower collapse after his visit with them in Florida on Thursday. 'So many of them are suffering. You know, they had basic heart wrenching questions. Will I be able to recover in the body of my son or daughter, my husband, my cousin, my mom and dad. How can I close without being able to bury them. If I don't get the body, what do I do,' he said of after spending nearly an hour with them. 'They know that the chances as the days go by diminish slightly,' he noted.   Biden grew emotional as he went on, saying the conversations 'just brought back so many, so many memories.'  A 1972 car crash took the life of his first wife, Neilia, as well as his infant daughter, Naomi. His two sons, Beau and Hunter, were injured in the accident. 'It’s bad enough to lose somebody. But the hard part, the really hard part is to not know if somebody survived,' he said. 'When the accident took my wife,...
    Riders on the floor after Saturday's crash. Getty/Anne-Christine Poujoulat The Tour de France organizer no longer plans legal action against a spectator who caused a huge crash. The spectator held up a sign before colliding with Jumbo-Visma's Tony Martin, causing a mass pileup. Race director said Thursday that the incident had been "blown out of all proportion." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Tour de France organizer Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) has withdrawn proposed legal proceedings against a spectator who caused a huge crash on the first day of the race.  The event's deputy director Pierre-Yves Thouault had initially said that the organizers planned to sue the woman who caused the crash by holding a large sign in the path of the race's peloton on Saturday. However, race director Christian Prudhomme confirmed on Thursday that there are no longer plans for legal action. "The incident has been blown out of all proportion," Prudhomme told the Agence-France Presse. "So we'd like to calm things down now that the message has got across that the roadside fans need...
    NBC Sports A regional prosecutor said he is "confident" of finding the spectator who cause a huge Tour de France crash. The woman caused the pileup when she held a sign into the road on the Tour's opening stage. Reports emerged on Tuesday that the woman had fled the country by plane, but they appear to be false. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. French police have said they are confident they will track down the spectator who caused a huge crash at the Tour de France on Saturday. The woman was holding a cardboard sign wishing her grandparents good luck when she collided with Tony Martin of the Jumbo-Visma team. The rider went down which triggered a mass pileup as other riders tumbled over him. A number of riders were injured, and Jasha Sütterlin of Team DSM was forced to abandon the race as a result of a severe contusion to his right wrist caused by the crash. The woman is still at large, French police said, but added that the investigation is moving forwards. "Things...
    A spectator at the Tour de France who caused a massive crash involving dozens of cyclists is missing as race authorities plan to sue her. Tour de France deputy director Pierre-Yves Thouault told the AFP news agency they plan to sue the woman "so that the tiny minority of people who do this don't spoil the show for everyone. " However, French publication Ouest-France reported the woman, who is believed to be German, got on a flight and is untraceable, according to CBS Sports. Video shows the woman, who held a long banner on the sidelines of the race, stick the banner out a little too far, causing German cyclist Tony Martin to bike right into it. Martin fell, setting off a domino effect for competitors as cyclists behind him also fell.  GREAT TO SEE SPECTATORS BACK INVOLVED IN SPORTS EH pic.twitter.com/Kwxj8be2Qh— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) June 26, 2021 The sign was a hello message for the woman's grandparents, CBS Sports reports. She appeared to hold the sign out so it was in the view of cameras – but it blocked part of the...
    Medical staff members help riders during the first stage of the 108th edition of the Tour de France, between Brest and Landerneau, on June 26, 2021. ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT/POOL/AFP via Getty Images French authorities are searching for the spectator that caused a mass crash at the Tour de France. The woman could face a fine of up to $17,900 and a year in prison, newspaper L'Equipe reports. The crash forced Germany's Jasha Sütterlin to abandon the race with a severe contusion to his wrist. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The spectator who caused a huge crash at the Tour de France on Saturday could face a fine of almost $18,000 and a year in prison if a rider injured in the crash decides to press charges, according to French sports newspaper L'Equipe. The incident took place in the northwestern French region of Brest on the first day of the 3,383 kilometer race. The fan caused the crash when she turned her back to the riders to hold up a sign reading "ALLEZ OPI-OMI!," or "GO GRANDPA, GRANDMA,"...
    NBC Sports A woman holding a large sign caused Tour de France cyclist to crash on Saturday.  Event organizers say they will sue the spectator, Agence France-Presse reported.  The woman fled the scene, regional paper Ouest France reported.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The woman who caused a huge crash at the Tour de France race on Saturday will be sued, an organizer said. "We are suing this woman who behaved so badly," Pierre-Yves Thouault, the tour's deputy director, told Agence France-Presse. "We are doing this so that the tiny minority of people who do this don't spoil the show for everyone." On Saturday, a spectator held up a large sign that was sticking out into the middle of the road. Tony Martin on the Jumbo-Visma team hit the cardboard sign. The sign read "ALLEZ OPI-OMI!," which was a message saying hello to their grandparents. Martin lost his balance and that caused a chain reaction where dozens of cyclists fell onto the pavement.The woman appeared to not be paying attention to the incoming cyclists but was...
    The Tour de France is no stranger to accidents, but authorities find themselves investigating a different kind of incident today as they search for a woman who caused one of the biggest pile-ups in the race’s history. A fan with a cardboard sign leaned out in front of the riders on Saturday while mugging for a camera shot. However, the woman got way too close to German rider Tony Martin who collided with her sign and was sent crashing to the ground. Martin’s fall was only the beginning, however, as other riders in the tightly-packed group began falling while trying to avoid him. What the heck is wrong with this fan?! It’s only Stage 1 of the #tourdefrance! pic.twitter.com/oxeQAK7WVI — Julio Deluxe (@Julio_Deluxe) June 26, 2021 The worst Tour de France crash Ive ever seen pic.twitter.com/1jngQE1pYg — daniel (@cyclingreporter) June 26, 2021 The woman immediately fled the scene. Three riders were forced to withdraw from the race after the crash. The woman’s attempt to cheer on her grandparents – “Allez Opi Omi” translates to “Go Grandpa-Grandma” – has now triggered...
    A female cycling fan faces up to a year in prison after causing one of the worst crashes the history of the Tour de France and then running away. Prosecutors in Brittany, in the north of the country, on Sunday launched a criminal enquiry after the female suspect – who had not been identified and who is on the run – was filmed causing the chaos on Saturday. She was smiling broadly as she held a carboard sign in front of the peloton riding from Brest to Landeneau on the first stage of this year’s world-famous race. A roadside spectator caused a massive crash in the Tour de France on Saturday with a banner  Tony Martin had nowhere to go when the supporter stepped out, looking at the TV cameras The massive accident caused a massive blockage and saw more than 20 riders hit the deck  Crazy crash at Tour De France 2021 ���� A fan who was holding a message to her grandparents & grinning for the cameras took out most of the peloton with a...
    THE TOUR DE FRANCE was thrown into chaos after a fan caused a massive crash that wiped out half of the peloton. Just minutes after Christian Prudhomme had set the 108th edition of the annual bike race in motion, there was a spill at a dangerous chicane. Kæmpe styrt - desværre forårsaget af en tilskuer for tæt på vejen... ????????Touren starter dramatisk ud, og du kan følge det uden reklamer på discovery+ ???? #tourdefrance pic.twitter.com/pzYVMTsJ5G— Eurosport (@Eurosportdk) June 26, 2021 Tony Martin went down first after he was taken out by a member of the public. The cycling fan was stood in the path of the peloton on the right-hand side of the road and his cardboard sign hit the German TT engine in the chest. Sean Kelly, a four-time green jersey winner, said on commentary: “The guys at the front went through a very tight section between the islands in the middle of the road and it was a dangerous one for those further back in the peloton. “This is Brittany – you have a lot of road...
    THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4) – Police in Thornton say Travis Butts, 38, was driving under the influence at 102 mph when he ran a red light in March, killing a father and his 7-year-old son. Officers responded to the crash just after 1 a.m. on March 6 at the corner of East 120th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard. (credit: Cinthya Palma) Butts was also killed in the crash. Toxicology results later determined Butts had a .380 blood alcohol concentration, more than four times the legal limit. Loved ones created a memorial for Brett Chapman and his son Blaine near the scene of the crash. (credit: Family) Investigators say Butts was speeding westbound in a Subaru Forrester on 120th Avenue when he ran a red light and hit a GMC Yukon. The Driver of the Yukon, Brett Chapman, 32, was killed on impact along with his son, Blaine. Brett Chapman and his son Blaine (credit: Family) Police ruled out street racing as a factor in the crash. The Thornton Police Department issued the following statement about the investigation: “Although accidents of this kind are...
    The fatal Tesla crash which resulted in the deaths of two men may have started after a 'significant front-end collision' ignited the battery, fire officials have said.  Dr. William Varner, 59, and Everette Talbot, 69, both died when the Tesla Model S smashed into a tree and burst into flames in Texas on April 17.  Police had said it was apparent that there was no one in the driver's seat at the time of the crash in the wealthy The Woodlands neighborhood, Houston.  On Monday, Tesla refuted police's claims, saying a deformed steering wheel suggested that someone was likely in the driver´s seat. Now the Harris County Fire Marshal's Office's report has revealed more details as to how the flames took hold.  It also reiterates local police's assertion that no one was in the driver's seat. The report classifies the crash as accidental.  Investigator Chris Johnson states that the fire was caused by the collision. The report did not note the car's speed or whether air bags and seat belts were used.  Tesla has not commented. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the National Transportation Safety...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Complaint after complaint; several online reviews allege an Illinois company is routinely denying insurance claims. Experts tell CBS 2 the reason being given is nonsense. Morning Insider Lauren Victory takes you inside a suburban man’s fight to get his car fixed. READ MORE: Uber Driver Rushes To Help Men Injured In Shooting, Crash In The Loop Tom Noonan isn’t sure what sound is worse: the scraping of his battered Buick on the ground, or the silence on his claim to fix it. “You gotta keep calling them, and calling them, and calling them. They don’t answer,” said Noonan of the insurance company he’s fighting. His problems began at a Tinley Park intersection back in February. Police arrested a man for driving without a license, who – minutes before – cut a left too closely. “Just went right in front of me and I smacked him right there,” said Noonan pointing to a diagram of the accident. He told CBS 2 he had the right of way. “I hit him on the passenger side rear,” Noonan said. Thankfully,...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – One person was taken to the hospital after a crash in Pittsburgh’s West End. READ MORE: Crashing During COVID: Making Sure You Get A Good Nights Sleep In A Troubling Time According to 9-1-1, the car crashed into a pole and caught fire in the 1200 block of Chartiers Avenue. The crash caused the driver to be ejected from the vehicle. READ MORE: Police Locate Missing 68-Year-Old Jose Garza Safe Police, EMS, and a tow truck are on the scene. It is unknown what caused the crash and the condition of the driver is unknown at this time. MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Weather: Rain Showers Pick Up Throughout The Day Stay With KDKA.com For More Details
    Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany star as Wanda Maximoff and Vision in Marvel's "WandaVision."Disney Disney's "WandaVision" is so powerful and popular, it appeared to take down the company's streaming service on Friday. Disney+ experienced a brief outage early Friday morning, around the same time the latest episode of "WandaVision" premiered, according to Downdetector, a site that tracks reports of outages from internet services. (There were also numerous complaints across social media from frustrated Disney+ subscribers.) Disney+ was operational again within an hour. A Disney spokesperson wasn't immediately available to comment on the outage. "WandaVision" is Disney's first crack at a TV series based on its Marvel franchise. Unlike Netflix, which releases all episodes of a given TV season at once, Disney+ episodes premiere on a weekly basis, usually at 3 a.m. ET/midnight PT every Friday. That release schedule spurs rabid fans to stay up late or wake up early before each episode is spoiled on social media. And by the time most of the world wakes up Friday morning, whatever happened on the latest episode is already dominating the conversation...
    The Daytona 500 ended in a fiery crash on the final lap of the race, setting up an upset win by driver Michael McDowell. McDowell was a 100-1 underdog to win heading into the race after going 0-for in his other 357 career NASCAR Cup Series starts. McDowell was fortunate enough to come out of the crash without getting involved. Brad Keselowski started the crash by tapping leader and teammate Joey Logano as Logano tried to block. MORE: Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski reflect on ‘heartbreaker’ crash McDowell barely avoided contact to move into first place, and came away as the winner. “My plan was to stick to the 2 car,” McDowell said after the race. “I knew he would go for a race-winning move, and my plan was to let him make that move and then coming off of 4 to try to get to his outside or inside. I knew I didn’t want to make my move too early, so I was committed to the 2 car’s bumper, and when he made the move, the hole opened up. It’s just unbelievable.” The win occurred after a...
    A HORRIFIC crash on an icy highway in Fort Worth, Texas has left at least six people dead and 65 hospitalized. The interstate crash occurred the morning of Thursday, February 11, leaving more than 130 cars and trucks piled-up on the icy road. 3More than 130 cars and trucks crashed on the icy highway in TexasCredit: AP:Associated Press What caused the Fort Worth pile up accident in Texas? Police confirmed that the massive crash was due to the treacherous weather conditions. "The weather conditions are definitely a factor in this massive multi-car accident," police officer Daniel Segura told CNN. The Dallas-Fort Worth areas saw freezing rain and sleet on the morning of February 11. About one-10th of an inch of ice accumulated just north of Fort Worth, the National Weather Service said. Matt Zavadsky, spokesman for MedStar, which provides the ambulance service for the area, said: "The roadway was so treacherous from the ice that several of the first responders were falling on the scene." The incident happened while the region was under a winter weather advisory due to "unseasonably cold air"....
    Why did the helicopter carrying Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others crash into a fog-covered hillside in Calabasas a year ago, killing all onboard? The National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday will make a probable cause finding and give recommendations to those who regulate the sky to avoid a repeat of the Jan. 26, 2020, crash. The deadly crash not only unleashed a tidal wave of grief but a plethora of lawsuits and congressional efforts to legislate for better helicopter safety. In the year since, Vanessa Bryant, Kobe’s widow and Gianna’s mother, and other passengers’ families have in court accused pilot Ara Zobayan and Island Express of flying in dangerous weather conditions. The helicopter operator has in turn pointed the finger at the air traffic controllers and at the weather as an act of God. The more than 1,700 pages of investigative documents that examine all aspects of the crash of the chopper, however, strengthened a widely held view among helicopter experts that the pilot may have become disoriented while he navigated through...
    SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police say a man lost control of his motorcycle on a West Side highway access road early Thursday after hitting a dead dog. The 48-year-old biker suffered a serious head injury in the crash, which happened on the eastbound access road of Highway 90 near Springvale just before 3 a.m. Police say another driver told them he had run over the same dog, which appeared to be dead already, moments before the biker hit it. Motorcyclist in critical condition after crashing on Highway 90 access road, police say That driver says he pulled over in a nearby parking lot to check for damage to his car. While he was stopped, he says he heard a loud crash, then saw the motorcycle wobbling back and forth. Accident investigators told KSAT12 News that the impact sent the biker flying. His motorcycle continued rolling on its own onto the Highway 90 entrance ramp, they said. Police say the motorcyclist was not wearing a helmet at the time and suffered head trauma. He was in critical condition when he...
    Navinder Sarao didn’t seem like the international criminal mastermind type. He lived with his parents, wore a choppy bowl cut and, instead of three-piece suits, he favored laddish track pants. He pedaled a bike around his suburban London neighborhood and would show up to important meetings munching on a McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish. But in 2015, the online futures trader — who’d earned tens of millions of dollars from his bedroom — was arrested and accused of contributing to a troubling 2010 market crash that momentarily wiped out trillions of dollars. “Nav was an irresistible character, and his was a really enticing human story,” says Liam Vaughan, a business journalist and author of the recent book “Flash Crash: A Trading Savant, a Global Manhunt, and the Most Mysterious Market Crash in History” (Doubleday). “I was just shocked at every turn,” he adds. Certainly, Sarao’s path to riches was unusual. He lived in a modest West London suburb, the son of immigrants. Even as a young boy, he had a photographic memory and was a whiz with numbers. In 1998, while attending Brunel...
    WHEELING, Ill. (WLS) -- A fiery crash in northwest suburban Wheeling has left at least one person dead Tuesday night.The crash happened at Lake Cook Road and Northgate. The circumstances of the crash, and what caused it, were not immediately clear.Two cars were involved in the crash. Several other people were injured.Witnesses said they heard the crash when they were walking in the neighborhood. They said it caused a boom so loud they thought a transformer or some other electrical component blew. It wasn't until they walked to the area of the crash that they realized it was from cars.No further details about the victims or the crash have been released.
    TORONTO (AP) — Canada’s Air Force said Monday it’s focusing on a bird strike as the likely reason a Snowbird aerobatic plane crashed in British Columbia last month. The Snowbirds had been in the midst of a cross-country tour aimed at boosting morale during the COVID-19 pandemic when one of the planes crashed after takeoff, killing the spokesperson for the team and injuring the pilot. A preliminary investigation report posted by The Royal Canadian Air Force said video footage of the plane just before the crash showed a bird very close to the plane’s right engine intake “during the critical phase of take-off.” The crash near Kamloops killed Air Force Capt. Jenn Casey, a public-affairs officer riding as a passenger, and seriously injured the pilot. Though the plane crashed in a populated area, nobody on the ground was badly injured. The report said the investigation will continue to probe the possibility of a bird strike and whether the Tutor jet’s escape devices worked properly. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast,...
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