NTSB Report Gives First Look Into Helicopter Crash That Killed Country Music StarFederal investigators have released a preliminary report into Friday's helicopter crash in Medford, New Jersey that killed country music star Troy Gentry.
Congressman Visits SEPTA Crash Site, Seeks Hearing On Related IncidentsCongressman Bob Brady took a brief walk around the 69th Street platform Thursday where Tuesday's SEPTA crash happened.
Investigators: Jet That Crashed In New Jersey Was Late TurningThe National Transportation Safety Board on Thursday issued a preliminary report into the May 15 crash of the Learjet 35, which killed two crew members.
NTSB Investigating Trolley Collision That Left Nearly 50 Injured In PhillyFederal investigators will send a team to Philadelphia after nearly 50 people suffered various minor injuries when two Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority trolleys collided in west Philadelphia on Thursday.
NTSB: Pilot Encountered Cold Front Before Crashing Into South Jersey WoodsNTSB investigators say a “leading edge cold front boundary” sent a plane crashing into the woods in South Jersey killing a man last month.
1 Dead After Plane Crashes In N.J. ForestAuthorities say one person is dead after a Navion-A aircraft has crashed in a New Jersey state park.
Plane's Engine Lost Power Before Crashing In Camden CountyThe passenger tells the National Transportation Safety Board the pilot noted 'something was wrong with the throttle' before the engine lost power.
Investigators Recover 2nd Data Recorder From Hoboken Train AccidentNational Transportation Safety Board investigator James Southworth says they don't yet know if the recorders contain any useful information.
Philly Injury Lawyers Take Issue With NTSB Amtrak ProbePhiladelphia personal injury lawyers with a stake in the Amtrak 188 crash contend the NTSB is "soft peddling" its probe.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | May 17Chris reviewed President Obama's commencement speech at Rutgers University, the Sixers adding advertisements to their uniform and the NTSB's ruling on last year's train derailment.
Backhoe In Chester Amtrak Wreck Had Periodic Right To Be On Tracks, Report FindsA backhoe operator had a right to be on the tracks periodically on the weekend an Amtrak train slammed into it, killing the operator and a supervisor, federal crash investigators said Monday.
NTSB Provides New Developments In Deadly Amtrak Crash In ChesterFederal investigators say the Amtrak passenger train that crashed into a backhoe on a track in Chester, Delaware County was going 106 mph in a 110 mph zone before the fatal collision.