The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is prepared to help Egypt investigate an EgyptAir passenger missing flight.
I heard the headline from CBS News on my car radio: “NTSB to cite operator error in deadly Amtrak derailment.” The news story came on the eve of the National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) public hearing regarding the May 2015 disaster outside of Philadelphia. The derailment killed eight passengers and injured 200 others. The subsequent…
The National Transportation Safety Board announced the results of its year-long investigation into the Amtrak wreck that killed eight people and injured 159 in Philadelphia in 2015.
At a National Transportation Safety Board hearing today, federal investigators reported the findings of their year-long investigation into last year's fatal Amtrak derailment, in which Northeast Regional Train No. 188 bound for New York City from Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
The National Transportation Safety Board said Brandon Bostian may have thought he was past a curve when he accelerated to 106 miles per hour. The derailment killed eight people.
The National Transportation Safety Board says the engineer of the speeding train that derailed last year, killing eight people, was distracted by radio transmissions, a source told NPR.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The National Transportation Safety Board has concluded that the engineer of an Amtrak passenger train that crashed in Philadelphia in 2015 was distracted by radio traffic, NBC News reported on Monday, citing an...Show More Summary
The National Transportation Safety Board says it is sending a team to investigate the wreck.
The National Transportation Safety Board has scheduled a meeting next week to detail the probable cause of the accident, which killed 8 people and injured more than 200.
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board hopes to recover the voyage data recorder from the cargo ship El Faro, which sank during a hurricane killing all 33 crew on board,
Randal O'Toole On the heels of a National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) report that found that Washington Metro “has failed to learn safety lessons” from previous accidents, Metro general manager Paul Wiedefeld will announce a plan today that promises to disrupt service for months in an effort to get the lines safely running again. Show More Summary
Four people were killed after their plane hit a bald eagle in Alaska last month, the National Transportation Safety Board said on Wednesday. On April 20, a Cessna 172 crashed shortly after takeoff in a wooded area outside of Anchorage,...Show More Summary
The National Transportation Safety Board concluded that the subway system had made “little or no progress” toward instituting a culture of safety.
The National Safety Transportation Board (NTSB) released on May 3 its results on the investigation into the Jan. 2015 Yellow Line tunnel fire that killed one passenger and injured dozens more near the L'Enfant plaza station. These are the key findings.
National Transportation Safety Board chairman, Christopher Hart said "something is fundamentally flawed" about Metro safety. Hart made the comments at a meeting on May 3 to release a report on the 2015 deadly smoke incident at L'Enfant plaza.
It likely will be months before the National Transportation Safety Board can retrieve the voyage data recorder from the cargo ship El Faro.
The National Transportation Safety Board says a search team has located the El Faro’s missing voyage data recorder in 15,000 feet of water about 41 miles northeast of Acklins and Crooked Islands, Bahamas, The missing VDR was located Tuesday morning by a team of investigators and scientists with the Woods Hold Oceanographic Institution. Show More Summary
The National Transportation Safety Board is set to resume its search April 18, 2016, for the vessel data recorder of the sunken El Faro cargo ship. The U.S.
The National Transportation Safety Board is set to resume its search Monday for the voyage data recorder of the sunken El Faro cargo ship. The U.S. flagged El Faro sank after sailing into Hurricane Joaquin on October 1, 2015 with the loss of all 33 crew. Show More Summary
National Transportation Safety Board investigator Ryan Frigo said that video from a train that crashed killing two people in the US state of Pennsylvania on Sunday revealed construction equipment on the track.