Wed, Apr 07, 2004
Aero-News: Quote of the Day
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Aero-News Quote of the Day
"We believe that when the evidence is
made public, everyone will know the accident was caused by problems
Raytheon had the opportunity to correct. The evidence will show
that the airplane failed everyone on the plane, including my
Source: Kathryn WIlson, daughter of Denver
Mills. Mills was the PIC aboard a King Air 200 that went down in
Colorado January 27, 2001, killing two members of the Oklahoma
State University basketball team and eight other people. Family
members, including Wilson, decided over the weekend to put aside
their differences and sue Raytheon, maker of the King Air, because
of mechanical problems that they say were to blame for the crash.
The NTSB ruled that Mills erred in trying to recover from a
complete loss of AC power on the aircraft.
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