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A federal agency recommends lowering the blood alcohol limit for drivers from 0.08 percent to at least 0.05 percent. Reporters Peter Hall and Colby Itkowitz asked supporters and opponents about their views. YES: The NTSB argues the legal limit should be...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Years ago it was .10 percent; today, it's .08 percent. If the National Transportation Safety Board gets its way, the legal blood alcohol content limit for drivers would be .05 percent. Federal crash investigators recommend states...
Tags: Transportation Industry
The entire undergraduate student bodies of the Johns Hopkins University and the U.S. Naval Academy combined. The population of Bel Air, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. The average attendance at a Hershey Bears hockey game (the highest in the AHL)....
Many Americans admit they've done it, but safety experts say drowsy driving is a problem motorists are just starting to wake up to. A fatigue expert on the National Transportation Safety Board says drowsy driving can be as bad as drunken driving. ...
The National Transportation Safety Board is sending a team of investigators to Afghanistan to assist local authorities with their investigation of a U.S. cargo airline crash that killed all seven crew members on board. The plane, a Boeing 747-400...
Tags: Boeing Co., Afghanistan, Transportation Industry, NATO
Utility giant Pacific Gas & Electric should pay a record $2.25-billion penalty for a 2010 natural gas explosion in San Bruno that killed eight people and devastated a neighborhood, regulators recommended Monday. If approved by the California Public...
Investigators sent to Afghanistan air base where Boeing 747 cargo plane operated by Orlando-based carrier crashedA team of federal investigators and representatives from Boeing Co. are in Afghanistan to examine the remains of a large cargo plane, operated by an Orlando-based company, that crashed during takeoff Monday at U.S.-operated Bagram Air Base, killing...
A division of the California Public Utilities Commission recommended Monday that the agency levy a $2.25-billion penalty against Pacific Gas and Electric Company for the deadly 2010 explosion in San Bruno. If approved, Commission officials said, the...
After attempting to land several times, an experimental plane crashed Saturday in Suffolk, killing the pilot and the passenger, according to police. The single-engine plane went down at about 1 p.m. in a field near the 1000 block of Carolina Road,...
A glider crashed at a Bucks County small-plane airfield Saturday, injuring the 70-year-old pilot, who was rushed to the hospital, authorities said. Eldon Vosseller of Basking Ridge, N.J., was hurt during take-off on the grass runway of Van Sant Airport...
The National Transportation Safety Board has launched an investigation into why two airplanes clipped each other on a taxiway as they readied for takeoff at Newark Liberty International Airport on Wednesday. The probe, announced Thursday in a Twitter...
Tribune reporterA United Express flight was clipped by a Scandinavian Airlines aircraft on its approach to takeoff at Newark Airport Wednesday night on its way to Nashville, officials said. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the collision occurred just...
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