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July 8th, 2013
07:20 PM ET

NTSB head: There's so much we don't know

Wolf Blitzer talks with NTSB Chairman Deborah Hersman about the status of the investigation into the Asiana plane crash.

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  1. Mycroft Lake Travis Texas

    Well there isn't a lot to know about the crash landing, except for the fact that planes need air speed to stay flying especially when there is as little altitude when making a landing approach. when going that slow even a little wind gust on the tail may have been enough to cause it to hit the sea wall. Human error is what it's called and it is responsible for this. What I noticed if anything, was how they are reporting the air speed in nautical miles vs miles and hour, where as, this time is the first time that I am aware of the reporting air speed in that particular fashion . That may be in itself some kind of cover up to the general mass public to keep them unaware of how actually slow the plane was flying, which might alarm more people. I can only see one reason for reporting it this way, which is somehow lesson the blame for the crash, that is is on the person's responsible for flying the aircraft. It is sad.

    July 9, 2013 at 11:26 am |

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