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Pilot Error, Faulty Turbine Light Likely Causes of Crash

Federal investigators say pilot error and a non-functioning light atop a wind turbine are probable causes of a plane crash that killed four South Dakota men a year ago.

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Four Dead in Central South Dakota Plane Crash

A small plane carrying four people from Texas to Gettysburg, South Dakota crashed south of Highmore, South Dakota early this morning killing all four on board.

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The wrecked fuselage of Asiana Airlines flght 214 sits in a storage area at San Francisco International Airport on July 12, 2013 in San Francisco, California.
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NTSB to Review Asiana Crash at Hearing Wednesday

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Asiana Airlines captain who crashed a Boeing 777 at San Francisco International Airport in July told investigators he was stressed out and "very concerned" about attempting a visual approach because the runway's automatic warning systems were out of service due to construction.

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Asiana Flight 214 [AUDIO]

Your chances of being in a plane crash are minuscule, but last weekend the unlikely occurred at San Francisco International Airport.  Bath salts is the informal name for a family of designer drugs that have similar effects to methamphetamine

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NTSB: Pilot Error Likely Cause of 2011 Sioux Falls Crash

The National Transportation Safety Board has determined that pilot error was the cause of a plane crash near the Sioux Falls airport that killed four people.

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