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One-Two-Go crash probe points to wind shear, pilot decision

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posted on Sep, 27 2007 @ 02:47 AM
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One-Two-Go crash probe points to wind shear, pilot decision


www.phuketgazette.net

The probe into the crash of One-Two-Go flight OG029 points to wind shear and the pilot’s decision to land despite weather warnings as likely causes, the air crash investigation committee has announced.

Analysis of the black box should be completed tomorrow and the committee would reconvene and compare the data with its initial finding.
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posted on Sep, 27 2007 @ 02:47 AM
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Was the pilot under pressure from his employers to land thus saving on costs etc?

Also there are rumors that the wind shear equipment was not working at the airport!

www.phuketgazette.net
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posted on Sep, 27 2007 @ 02:52 AM
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Here is an account from a survivor...


I just heard Christy's story for the first time today, apparantely Christy was the only one of the front 80 onboard to survive. He said he was wakened by the bang and the aisle was waist deep in water, he had to swim down the plane. While he was swimming the roof collapsed, giving him his head injuries. He then managed to climb out the roof and once outside ran into the nearby jungle. He collapsed and woke up in hospital. Aaron had been on sleeping pills because he didn't like flying. Tragedy.



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