There will not be a public hearing on Comair Crash 5191.
Federal investigators for the N.T.S.B. say they won't hold a public hearing and could rule on a possible cause by next spring. Officials also say key documents, including a transcript from the cockpit voice recorder and information from the flight data report will be released in January.
Comair Flight 5191 crashed shortly after takeoff in Lexington this summer killing 49 passengers. Co-pilot James Polehinke was the only survivor.