NTSB confirms bird remains in US Airways' engines

The US National Transportation Safety Board, continuing its investigation into the cause of the 15 January ditching of a US Airways A320 into the Hudson River in New York City, said the left engine was found to contain bird remains. The right engine was earlier judged to contain organic material confirmed as bird remains.


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The US National Transportation Safety Board, continuing its investigation into the cause of the 15 January ditching of a US Airways A320 into the Hudson River in New York City, said the left engine was found to contain bird remains. The right engine was earlier judged to contain organic material confirmed as bird remains.



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