Investigators focus on pilot, actions leading up to crash
SAN FRANCISCO — The search for answers continues in the wake of the Asiana Airlines crash. Information from the on-board recording devices is being supplemented with details from interviews with the pilots and crew.
Later today NTSB investigators will interview the pilot who was at the controls of the plane when it crash landed.
“We had two very long interviews yesterday with two of the pilots, and we expect to interview the other two today,” said NTSB Chairperson Deborah Hersman.
That includes the pilot who was at the helm of the aircraft.
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