National Transportation Safety Board holds press conference on plane crash in Waller Co.
Officials with the National Transportation Safety Board held a press conference Thursday regarding the ongoing investigation into a plane crash in Waller County on Tuesday.
HOUSTON - Investigators say the private jet that crashed through an airport fence and burst into flames at a Texas airport had not been flown since December.
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The National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday that it is looking into maintenance work done on the plane that crashed in Waller County.
Federal investigators looking into what caused Tuesday’s fiery plane crash in Waller Co.
A plane with several passengers on board headed to Boston crashed, but fortunately, everyone survived. The National Transportation Safety Board announced it is looking into the cause and FOX 26’s Damali Keith has more.
NTSB spokesperson, Michael Graham also says that tire marks on the runway indicate that pilots were braking hard and tried to abort the takeoff when the accident happened Tuesday morning.
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All 21 people on board escaped the fiery jet and only two of them suffered minor injuries.
The jet was owned by a Houston-area investment firm.