NTSB Investigating Colonia Plane Crash That Killed Pilot, Severely Damaged Several HomesThe pilot – the only person on board – was killed when his twin engine Cessna 414 plunged from the sky around 11 a.m. Tuesday, plummeting into a home in Colonia.
After Deadly New York Limo Accidents, Companies Allegedly Still Not Making Safety A Priority“So a car hitting the side of that is that's not going to be any resistance at all is it?” Anna Werner asked. “There's no resistance there,” Department of Transportation inspector Dave Lipsky replied.
After Deadly Midtown Crash, Lawmaker Reveals FAA Has Not Acted In 6 Years To Add Black Boxes To HelicoptersThe senior senator from New York held a copy of the May 2013 report issued by the NTSB, calling for data recorders in choppers, which followed another helicopter wreck in 2011.
Feds Continue Investigation Into Deadly Midtown Helicopter CrashQuestions remain one day after a helicopter crash-landed on top of a building in Midtown on Monday, killing the pilot.
Report: NTSB Not Yet Allowed To Inspect Limo In Deadly Upstate CrashThe limo remains in the possession of New York State Police after the limousine company's operator was charged four days after the crash with criminally negligent homicide.
In Wake Of Tragedy, Schumer Calls For New Regulations On LimosSen. Chuck Schumer is pointing a spotlight at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), which he says hasn't thoroughly investigated a single limousine crash in the last three years.
Expert: Why Limousines Pose Risks, And How To Ride SaferSaturday's deadly crash in Schoharie, N.Y., is raising other safety concerns for the limousine industry.
NTSB & FAA Investigating Small Plane Crash On Long IslandThe pilot, 52-year-old Ken Johansen, a former U.S. Navy pilot and a United Airlines pilot with decades of experience, was killed.
NTSB Investigating Death Of Man At Lynbrook LIRR StationOfficials and family members are demanding answers about how a commuter died at a Long Island train station.
Airline Regulators To Order Inspections On Engine Blades After Fatal Failure Aboard Southwest FlightThe announcement came after initial findings from investigators showed that Tuesday's emergency was caused by a fan blade that snapped off.
NTSB Releases Preliminary Report On Deadly East River Helicopter CrashThe report recounts in detail the events that led up to the deadly crash.
Feds: Sleep Apnea Testing Could Have Prevented NJ TRANSIT, LIRR CrashesThe NTSB released a report Tuesday on the NJ TRANSIT crash in Hoboken in September 2016 and the LIRR crash at Atlantic Terminal in January 2017.
Federal Investigators Eyeing Switch In Deadly South Carolina Amtrak Train CrashThe New York-to-Miami passenger train struck a freight train early Sunday morning, killing a conductor and an engineer and injuring more than 100 passengers.
NTSB Assisting Costa Rica With Investigation Into Plane Crash That Killed Scarsdale FamilyBruce and Irene Steinberg and their three sons, 19-year-old Zachary, 18-year-old William and 13-year-old Matthew, were among the 12 people who died when the plane crashed Sunday.
NTSB: Amtrak Train Speeding Before Deadly Derailment South Of SeattleAuthorities said there were 80 passengers and five on-duty crew members on board when it derailed and pulled 13 cars off the tracks.