by Sara M. Langston with the blog faculty Source: Salient News February 28, 2011, Greenbelt, Maryland – – The final lawsuit has been filed against the Federal Aviation Administration alleging air traffic control negligence for the Maryland State Police Trooper 2 fatal helicopter crash which killed four people on September 27, 2008. The National Transportation Safety Board conducted a thorough investigation of the fatal medevac crash and found that a combination of factors, including outdated weather information from the air traffic controller and pilot inexperience, caused the crash. In January 2011, the State of Maryland also filed a lawsuit against the FAA alleging that the air traffic controllers were not equipped to handle ground-based radar guides and as a result gave the pilot of the medevac helicopter weather information that was about five hours old. [Full story]
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