Debbie Hersman, spokeswoman for the National Transportation Safety Board, spoke at at a press conference on Sunday, Aug. 27, 2006, in Lexington. She said preliminary flight data from the plane's black boxes and the damage at the scene indicated the plane took off from the shortest runway at Lexington's Blue Grass Airport.
Debbie Hersman, spokeswoman for the National Transportation Safety Board, spoke at at a press conference on Sunday, Aug. 27, 2006, in Lexington. She said preliminary flight data from the plane's black boxes and the damage at the scene indicated the plane took off from the shortest runway at Lexington's Blue Grass Airport. AP
Debbie Hersman, spokeswoman for the National Transportation Safety Board, spoke at at a press conference on Sunday, Aug. 27, 2006, in Lexington. She said preliminary flight data from the plane's black boxes and the damage at the scene indicated the plane took off from the shortest runway at Lexington's Blue Grass Airport. AP

Pilot used the wrong runway

August 28, 2006 12:00 AM