NTSB to Determine Cause of Helicopter Crash and Greyhound Bus Crash
The board is going to determine the cause of two incidents, one in Frisco, Colo., and one in San Jose, Calif.
The National Transportation Safety Board has announced it will meet March 28 in order to determine the cause of a July 3, 2015, crash of an Airbus AS350 B3e helicopter during an attempted liftoff in Frisco, Colo. The pilot was fatally injured while two flight nurses were seriously injured.
After that, the board will consider the Jan. 19, 2016, San Jose, Calif., crash of a Greyhound motorcoach. Two passengers died as a result.
The meeting was originally schedule for March 14 but was postponed due to weather.