Date: 08 Feb 99 02:49:41 From: James Matthew Weber <firstname.lastname@example.org> References: 1 2 Followups: 1
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At 02:37 AM 2/1/99 +0000, you wrote: >EMTGX wrote in message ... >>Has it been made public yet what killed the passengers of SR111? >>Was it impact, smoke inhalation or drowning? >>Is it possible that SR111 hit the water like the Eastern L-1011 hit the >>Everglades swamp, meaning that the emergency (real this time) distracted >>the crew? Available evidence strongly suggests otherwise. Eastern L-1011 was essentially in a landing configuration when it went it, and it was relatively intact after impact compared to SR111. Sufficiently so that some parts were actually salvaged for re-use, and there were a number of surivors of the accident. All information to date suggests that SR111 went in at high speed, and there don't seem to be any large pieces of the aircraft left.