Transcript for FAA investigates deadly plane crash outside Atlanta
Liberty. Liberty. Liberty. Liberty. To the "Index." The FAA now investigating a deadly plane crash about an hour outside of Atlanta. Authorities say the plane was heading to Daytona Beach, Florida, when it crashed shortly after takeoff. Three people on board were part of the plane's wing found inside a mobile home. The people inside were not hurt. Authorities say it appears to pilot tried to turn the plane around but did not make it. Next to the search for the driver who dragged a asian-american woman down the street in Oakland. Take a look. The surveillance video here shows the woman clinging to her handbag as the car drives down the road. She was not seriously injured. Police say the suspect snatched the woman's purse as she left the grocery store. It's unclear whether the incident was race related. More than 30 asian-americans have been attacked in the bay area since January. An iceberg roughly the size of Los Angeles has broken off Antarctica. Footage shows a crack in the shelf ten days before the split. The iceberg measures 490 square miles and is about 492 feet thick. Experts say the break is natural behavior and is not linked to climate change.
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