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David asks…

Is this miracle in the hudson river a good start for 2009?

i see it that way,it is something that we all witnessed for the first time, over 150 people survived a plane crash, defenetly a miracle start…God is watching over us.

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I think it’s awesome. I wouldn’t say God is watching us, but everyone is entitled to their opinion. Can you imange what those people went through as the plane was going down? This is why I will never fly.
It’s good to see something positive in the news. All the news focuses on is all the ba shit. There’s good shit happening all the time.

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John asks…

About the A320 that landed on the Hudson River?

What will happen to this aircraft, will it be made a ‘write off’ or will it be repaired and be brought back into service?
Thanks everybody for all the great answers, I must confess, I never give it a thought that Airbus and the FAA would want to test everything which of course is the logical answer, maybe I should put my brain in gear before I ask another question.

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The Expert answers:

Generally that decision can only be made after extensive inspection. Victor has a good thought though, Airbus could be interested in it for exhaustive and destructive tests (as opposed to NDT) to get a full understanding of molecular metallurgy and stress reaction.

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Donald asks…

The US Airways plane that landed in the Hudson River yesterday?

On that US Airways flight, I heard all the passengers got out. But did they let the plane sink to the bottom of the river?

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The Expert answers:

The plane didnt sink

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Ken asks…

Who else is tired of this whole Hudson River Crash? How many times do we have to hear about it?

I get it, he was just doing his job and doesn’t want to be considered a hero. Let it go already!
Judy M: No, it doesn’t “please” me and I am not happy. Good job on thinking you were being witty though.
Anna P: Hmm, I served my country in the Armed Forces (Army if you’re curious) and am now a disabled veteran, as my husband still is serving and is in Iraq. And 2 brothers, and a father. Oh, and also my brother-in-law. All Army.

What else is there…? Let me think….why don’t you email me so I can send you my resume and credentials.

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Its only a matter of time before a new headline hits the news and it will be a new subject to talk about.

I think it did run a little longer than usual though.

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Susan asks…

How many planes have lost engine power and landed in the hudson river since the NTSB started recording this?

I need to convince my passengers to not be scared of crashing. I want to give them some statistics. THanks
let me be more specific. how many general aviation planes as far back as we know.
ACTUALLY WHAT I REALLY MEAN IS HOW MANY MIDAIR COLLISIONS AND WATER LANDINGS HAVE HAPPENED IN THE HUDSON

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The Expert answers:

There have been 12 accidents ending up in the Hudson since May 2, 1966. Only one mid-air which occurred 8-8-09 where there were 9 fatalities.
Of the other 11 there were 187 people who received minor to no injury and 6 received serious injuries.
7 of the mishaps occurred due to engine failure, the most talked about was on 1-15-09 an Airbus A320 that tried to roast geese with the engines. 7-7-07 an EC130B had the sprag clutch on the main rotor self-destruct, with 8 onboard. The pilot did a perfect autorotation, popped the floats and landed in the river with no damage except to the chopper.
On 10-3-06 an SR22 pilot was incapacitated by a brain tumor at altitude and passed out when he came to, he was descending rapidly, so he pulled the parachute cord and landed in the Hudson.
9-29-88 a pilot turned short and low and crashed in the river, a Piper PA 22S float plane hit submerged debris on 1-7-67, and a stolen J-3 Cub float plane crashed in the river May 2, 1966.

If stats mean anything that is .285 crashes per year with .214 fatal. And .142 injuries.

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