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"AA Plane Crash That Killed all 260 Passengers and Crew Still Being Investigated"

November 11, 2003

On November 12, 2001, American Airlines Flight 587 plane crash killed all 260 passengers and crew on the plane and five people on the ground in Belle Harbor, NY. The airplane crash was devastating, crashing after the tail fine broke off. Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the tail fin breaking off.

The NTSB has stated that it is consulting experts to determine whether or not the pilot improperly used the rudder or if it was caused by a mechanical problem. The plane crash is believed to be the response of a series of sharp rudder movements that caused the plane’s tailfin to separate.

The plane crash investigation has resulted in closer scrutiny of other American Airline tail fins. After cracks were found in a tail fin of another American Airlines plane and it was replaced, the government ordered inspections of Airbus A300-600 and Airbus A310 planes experiencing dramatic side-to-side movements similar to the 2001plane crash.

A final plane crash reporting in the spring is expected.

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