Ethiopian Crash Report Highlights Sensors

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Published on April 4, 2019 - Duration: 00:37s

Ethiopian Crash Report Highlights Sensors

According to Reuters, a preliminary accident report said that faulty sensor readings and multiple automatic commands to push down the nose of a Boeing plane contributed to last month’s fatal crash in Ethiopia.

Boeing’s top-selling aircraft, the 787 MAX, has been grounded worldwide since the March 10 disaster, which killed 157 people.

The doomed flight crashed six minutes after take-off from Addis Ababa in clear conditions and “Most of the wreckage was found buried in the ground."

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Ethiopian Crash Report Highlights Sensors

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