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NTSB preliminary report sheds little light on Alabama plane crash

The families and friends of the men killed in a private jet crash in Huntsville, Alabama, did not learn much from the National Transportation Safety Board this morning. The NTSB's preliminary report confirmed what the press had reported: The plane with the three men aboard took off from the Huntsville International Airport, climbed between 50 and 200 feet, rolled to the right and slammed into the ground just west of the runway.

Safety of hot air balloons questioned after fatal Egyptian crash

When people embark on a trip on a hot air balloon, the last thing they might think of is the danger of the situation. Accidents are rare but not unheard of; on average, the National Transportation Safety Board has investigated more than a dozen incidents per year in the last half-century.

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