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NTSB releases photos of RIAC crash wreckage

April 5, 2011 • Local News

Courtesy photo/NTSB

The National Transportation Safety Board released photos of wreckage from the crash of a twin-engine Gulfstream G650 luxury jet, Sunday, that killed four Gulfstream employees Saturday morning, at Roswell International Airport.

In an email sent to media outlets, Bridget  Serchak, NTSB public affairs officer, said there will be no [auth] access to the accident site as the NTSB conducts its investigation.

NTSB investigator, Tom Latson, is expected to brief the media at 3 p.m. (MT) today, at Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell. Serchak said more information will be released later.

“A preliminary report will be posted on the NTSB website within 10 business days,” she wrote. “A factual report takes 9-12 months and a probable cause [report] takes 12-18 months.”

j.entzminger@roswell-record.com

will hold a press briefing today at 3 pm MDT at Eastern New Mexico University at the Occupational Therapy Center 20 West Mathis Street in Roswell on the Gulfstream 650 crash that occurred this weekend.

There will be no access to the accident site but IIC Latson will provide photos for media use.

A preliminary report will be posted on the NTSB website within 10 business days. A factual report takes 9-12 months and a probable cause takes 12-18 months.

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One Response to NTSB releases photos of RIAC crash wreckage

  1. aguilar05 says:

    soo crazy

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