LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - The National Transportation Safety Board
says it expects to rule in July on a probable cause of Comair
Flight 51-91's crash.
The board announced in a statement tentative plans for a public
meeting, July 26th in Washington, D-C.
In a statement, the board announced tentative plans for a public
meeting on Thursday, July 26, in Washington. The meeting is
expected to last up to four hours and include the Safety Board's
recommendations and findings concerning a cause of the August 27th
crash that killed 49 of the 50 people on board.
The board decided against holding a public hearing that would
include subpoenaed witnesses and could have taken much longer.
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