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DJI Drone collides with US Army Black Hawk helicopter

Drone restrictions and regulations across the world often cite theoretical collisions with “real aircraft” as justification. Although it’s not so theoretical this time. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) have released a report detailing an incident involving a DJI Phatom 4 and a US Army Black Hawk helicopter. Show More Summary

MA: New Winchester Committee to Look into Transportation Improvements

Dec. 27--Winchester will soon have a new town committee. The Board of Selectmen on Dec. 20 approved a Traffic and Transportation Program, to "ensure the safety and effectiveness of all transportation facilities, operations and services in the T

An engineer on the derailed Amtrak train warned it was going too fast right before the deadly crash

An engineer on the derailed Amtrak train noted that the train was going too fast six seconds before the train derailed, according to the National Transportation Safety Board. The accident occurred on Monday morning in Washington state,...Show More Summary

Amtrak train’s crew noted high speed just before crash, NTSB says

Seconds before an Amtrak train flew off the tracks in Washington, the engineer told the crew they were traveling too fast, according to an early National Transportation Safety Board review of the crash that killed three people. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Toll of railroads' speed control lag: 150 crashes, 298 dead

For nearly 50 years, the National Transportation Safety Board has been pushing railroads to implement critical speed-control technology in trains. The agency says it could've prevented 150 crashes since 1970. … Click to Continue »

WA: Feds Examining Whether Amtrak Engineer was Distracted During Crash: Report

Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) are reportedly examining whether an engineer was distracted by an employee-in-training when his train derailed south of Seattle on Monday.

National Transportation Safety Board Official Killed In Indiana Plane Crash

4 weeks agoNews : The Two-Way

Paul Schuda was the director of the NTSB's training center in Ashburn, Va. He and two other people died when the pilot's Cessna crashed into the woods in southeastern Indiana.

Amtrak derailment: Train was travelling 80mph in 30mph zone before crash that killed three people

The Amtrak train which derailed south of Seattle, killing three people and injuring dozens more, was travelling at 80mph in a 30mph zone, investigations have revealed. The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said information...Show More Summary

NTSB: Amtrak Train Was Traveling 50 MPH Over Speed Limit

The National Transportation Safety Board released new information about the deadly train crash in Washington Monday that left at least three people dead and more than 70 injured.

Amtrak train was 50 mph over the speed limit, National Transportation Safety Board confirms

4 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

The National Transportation Safety Board said it’s not yet known what caused the train to derail and that “it’s too early to tell” why it was going so fast.        

Derailed Amtrak Was Going 80 MPH In 30 MPH Zone

last monthNews : USAToday: News

The National Transportation Safety Board says a data recorder was recovered from the passenger train that derailed south of Seattle on Monday. The recorder shows the train was traveling at 80 mph in a 30 mph zone. (Dec. 19)        

Drone operator faulted in NY collision with helicopter

A recreational drone operator was at fault in the first confirmed midair collision in the U.S. between a drone and a manned aircraft, the National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday … Click to Continue »

Drone pilot at fault for collision with Black Hawk helicopter - CNET

The National Transportation Safety Board finds the pilot wasn't up to speed on best practices and flew his drone out of sight.

Drone pilot at fault for collision with Black Hawk helicopter - CNET

The National Transportation Safety Board finds the pilot wasn't up to speed on best practices and flew his drone out of sight.

NTSB Releases Findings On What Sank The Doomed Ship El Faro

last monthNews : The Two-Way

In draft findings that are expected to be adopted Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board found a range of problems with the freighter that sank in a 2015 hurricane, killing its whole crew.

El Faro captain's mistakes compounded by problems that sank ship, investigators find

last monthNews : USAToday: News

The National Transportation Safety Board found cascading reasons for the El Faro's sinking during a hurricane, killing all 33 crew members aboard.        

Read the NTSB Chairman’s Full Opening Statement from Today’s EL FARO Board Meeting

The National Transportation Safety Board met today in Washington to determine the probable cause of the October 2015 sinking of the cargo ship El Faro in the Atlantic Ocean. The 790-foot vessel set sail from Jacksonville, Florida, on a voyage to San Juan, Puerto Rico, Sept. Show More Summary

NTSB Video Details Sinking of US Cargo Vessel SS El Faro

Update: Captain’s Decisions, Shipping Company’s Poor Safety Oversight Determined as Probable Cause of EL FARO Sinking Here is an animation produced by the National Transportation Safety Board reconstructing the sequence of events leading...Show More Summary

NTSB to Determine Probable Cause of El Faro Sinking Next Week

The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board is scheduled to meet next week to determine the probable cause of the October 1, 2015, sinking of the U.S.-flagged cargo ship El Faro. The 790-foot vessel set sail from Jacksonville, Florida,...Show More Summary

Report: Halladay's plane took sharp dive, didn't deploy parachute before fatal crash

A preliminary report National Transportation Safety Board has shined some light on details of the crash

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