76 F
Wilmington
Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Tags National Transportation Safety Board

Tag: National Transportation Safety Board

Clues found at Kobe Bryant’s helicopter crash site as new video emerges

Investigators said Kobe Bryant's helicopter banked left and abruptly descended at speeds of up to 5,000 feet per minute in its final 12 seconds when it crashed into the Calabasas hillside, killing all nine aboard.

Report: Pilot had trouble seeing runway in small plane crash

A Florida veterinarian piloting a small plane was having trouble seeing the runway on a nighttime approach before the October crash that killed him and his wife, according to federal authorities.

2 killed when small airplane crashes in North Carolina

The National Transportation Safety Board says it is investigating the crash of a single-engine airplane in central North Carolina.

Airman on flight credited with helping those on B-17 escape

A former police officer and an insurance analyst were among the seven people killed in the crash of a B-17 bomber at a Connecticut airport, officials and relatives said Thursday.

7 killed after motorcycles and pickup truck collide in New Hampshire

Investigators issued a plea Saturday for the public to come forward with information as they try to determine what caused a pickup truck hauling a trailer to collide with a group of 10 motorcycles on a rural highway, killing seven bikers and leaving their community reeling.

Team heads to Alaska to probe sightseeing planes collision

A team of federal airplane accident investigators was expected to arrive in Alaska on Tuesday to investigate the cause of a midair collision between two sightseeing planes that killed at least four people.

Officials say 6 people died in Texas small plane crash

All six people aboard a small plane died Monday when it crashed while preparing to land in central Texas, authorities said.

NTSB: Impaired truck driver likely cause of GOP train crash

A trash truck driver who had marijuana in his system likely caused a fatal collision last year with an Amtrak train that was carrying Republican lawmakers, federal investigators concluded Thursday.

Limo service lawyer says violations fixed before fatal crash

The limo's driver, Scott Lisinicchia, who died in Saturday's crash, did not have a proper license and the vehicle failed an inspection last month, according to officials.

Most Read

Target plans for zero waste, emissions by 2040

Retail giant Target is pledging to reach zero waste and emissions by 2040.

COVID-19 Vaccine Summer Card Incentive Pays Off, Expands to Cape Fear

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is expanding the number of locations providing $25 Summer Cards to offset the time and transportation costs of getting vaccinated.

AMC Theatres celebrate cinema week with all you can eat popcorn

In celebration of Cinema Week, AMC is firing up its popcorn machines and inviting guests to arrive hungry, as moviegoers can enjoy “All You Can Eat” popcorn with the purchase of any size popcorn beginning today. 

Brunswick County Health Services to hold COVID-19 vaccination clinic at WWAY Event Center

Brunswick County Health Services will be hosting several pop-up vaccination clinics this week including one at the WWAY Event Center in Leland. Appointments are not required for these special clinics.