From the NTSB...
The National Transportation Safety Board today released the
following update on its investigation into the crash of a
Bombardier Challenger CL-600 corporate jet on February 2, 2005, in
Teterboro, New Jersey. The airplane overran the departure end
of runway 6 during an aborted takeoff attempt and crashed into a
fence, two cars, and a warehouse. A postcrash fire ensued. The
pilot, copilot, and two automobile occupants received serious
injuries, and a cabin aid and eight passengers received minor
Authorities in Rome, NY, were worried at first. They'd found a
white powder in a bag on board a McDonnell Douglas DC-10 cargo
plane being serviced at the Griffiss Business and Technology Park.
In fact, they were worried to the point where they sent in a couple
of Oneida County Hazmat team members dressed in moon suits to check
it out. They did. It was aspirin.
Fuel Pump Seized Up, Aircraft Failed To Make Runway
The Australian Transportation Safety Board said an engine-driven
fuel pump aboard a Cessna 404 failed shortly after the aircraft
took off from Perth in 2003. The pump had been recently maintained
-- but with non-standard parts, according to the report.