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Pilot In Fatal 2011 New Jersey Accident May Not Have Obtained Weather Briefing

January 29, 2013

Five Fatally Injured, NTSB Indicates PIREPS For Icing, Aircraft Appeared To Break Up In Flight The pilot of a Socata TMB 700 which went down on an interstate highway December 20, 2011, did not obtain a Direct User Access Terminal System (DUATS) weather briefing, according to a factual report issued by the NTSB. The pilot reported encountering icing shortly after takeoff from Tetrboro (KTEB). All five people on board the aircraft were fatally injured in the accident.

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