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Lexington Officer who helped rescue co-pilot remembers Comair Flight 5191 crash

Ten years have passed, but August 27, 2006 is still hard for Lexington Police Sergeant Bryan Jared to talk about.


Black specks of paint dot the ground, like bread crumbs pointing the way home. But a lot more than just "X" marks the spot there.


For the second time in a week, students at a for-profit college in Lexington are concerned about the status of their school following a decision from the Department of Education.


The history of aviation is dotted with horrible days like August 27, 2006. Each brings heartache for everyone involved. The hope is that each of those days can also teach lessons that will save lives down the road.



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