NTSB Says Plane's Video Memory Cards Could Hold Clues to Reno Crash

The World War 11-era stunt plane that crashed into a grandstand near Reno, killing nine, was equipped with a video camera that could help investigators learn what led to the horrific crash. National Transportation Safety Board officials said today that the airplane had a recording system, and a box containing memory cards was found at the scene of the crash. Investigators say they'll analyze the cards to see if there is any footage that could explain what happened. The crash happened Friday...Full Story
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