posted on Dec, 14 2004 @ 07:11 PM
A French legal inquiry into the July 2000 Concorde crash outside Paris that killed 113 people presented its findings that put part of the blame on
Continental Airlines -- exposing the US company to a criminal lawsuit and multi-million-euro compensation claims.
The report by judge C. Regnard concluded, after four years of questioning experts and witnesses, that the causes of the crash were two-fold: a
structural fault in the Concorde's design, and a titanium metal strip left lying on the runway from a preceding Continental plane.
I've read this article this afternoon on aregional news paper,but I've yet to hear anything else from other sources,does anyone out know anything