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"Oh yeah that's the most I've seen, most ice I've seen on the leading edges in a long time, in a while anyway I should say," Renslow replied. With the acquisition of Colgan Air in 2007, we immediately began to invest millions of dollars in upgrades to crew training, operations, leadership and equipment, and we continually work to enhance all of our programs because we are totally committed to safety. They said Captain Marvin Renslow should have been able to recover from the stall if he had taken the correct actions, but that he did the opposite of what he should have done.
Having left Newark airport, Flight 3407 was headed toward Buffalo in upstate New York with 49 people aboard for a 10:25 pm scheduled arrival. Rebecca Lynne SHAW Passed away on February 12, 2009. She was an energetic person, he said, who had gone to Mexico on mission trips and was a leader among students. Investigators pinned the cause of the crash primarily on errors by the pilots. "I had more actual time [with icing] on my first day" with Colgan Air "than I did in the 1,600 [flight] hours I had when I came here," after early flight training in the hot southeastern United States, she told the pilot. Also, as has been reported previously, the pilots violated federal rules about maintaining what's called a "sterile" cockpit at critical moments of the flight. We’ve updated the security on the site. A simulation of the crash of Continental Connection Flight 3407 is shown to family members of the victims during a National Transportation Safety Board Meeting simulcast in Cheektowaga, N.Y., Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2010. It appears the agency didn't change its guidance on stick-pusher training when it revised its training manual last fall on how to recover from a stall, sources said. Until recently, they had lived in Virginia, but moved back to Maple Valley two weeks ago, relatives said. Notably absent was any discussion about the conditions of the flight for which they were responsible. Please complete the captcha to let us know you are a real person. We are proud of the skill and professionalism of our flight crews and of all our 5,000 employees and of the systemic culture of safety throughout our organization. Rebecca Lynne Shaw is buried in the Maple Valley - Hobart Cemetery at the location displayed on the map below. "Our beloved Becky will be truly missed by all of her family, friends and fellow colleagues that shared time with her," someone wrote on her memorial wall. Working a dream job and newly married to a man she loved, Rebecca Shaw was lucky, her family said. Early Friday, the family learned that Shaw was among the crew who died when Continental Connection Flight 3407 crashed in upstate New York Thursday night. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Rebecca Shaw Rose (22 Nov 1830–27 Aug 1914), Find a Grave Memorial no. With that entry at 10:16.52, the transcript ends. "I would have survived it. Are you sure that you want to report this flower to administrators as offensive or abusive? Digital access or digital and print delivery. Yes please, I’d like to hear about offers and services, Only notify me of service opportunities in my area and educational emails, No thanks, I don’t want to hear about offers and services. ). he replied. Rebecca Shaw, the co-pilot of the commuter plane that crashed outside Buffalo last Februrary, was not sick or tired when she set off in the doomed plane, her family maintained Friday.
To view a photo in more detail or edit captions for photos you added, click the photo to open the photo viewer. All 49 people aboard and one man in the house were killed. We were unable to submit your feedback at this time. A simulation of the crash of Continental Connection Flight 3407 is shown to family members of the victims during a National Transportation Safety Board Meeting simulcast in Cheektowaga, N.Y., Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2010. It issued the following statement which in part was a defense of its training program: Statement from Colgan Air Regarding NTSB Hearing on Flight 3407 February 2, 2010.
"We would like to express our love and concern for every single person affected by this tragedy," Morris said. "We don't think we've accepted it yet. The plane then rolled over and dropped from the sky, landing on a house about five miles from the airport.
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